After preaching the importance of offensive balance all week, the Kansas State Wildcats proved they could do more than run the ball Saturday.
Carson Coffman passed for a career high 280 yards and three touchdowns. Brodrick Smith grabbed six catches for 99 yards and two touchdowns. Aubrey Quarles made seven catches for 82 yards and a touchdown.
Good numbers all around. Sure, they came against a suspect Missouri State defense, but they were nice to see all the same.
“I feel like I became more comfortable in the success I had out there,” Coffman said. “Just showing myself I could go out there and do it in a real game. I think that was huge for me.” Read More