You know how directors throw deleted scenes into their movies when they release them on DVD, and you can find out what the film could have looked like by watching them in the special features section?
Kansas State co-offensive coordinator Dana Dimel did something very similar to that on Tuesday.
When a reporter asked him to relive the final moments of the Wildcats’ 52-45 loss at Oklahoma State, which came down to the final play of the game, he said K-State would have sent the game to overtime or won on a two-point conversion … If only it had enough to time to audible into its desired play.
The way Dimel tells it, after looking at Oklahoma State’s defense quarterback Collin Klein was supposed to check off to a run instead of the pass he sent just over the outstretched arms of Tramaine Thompson in the end zone. But the play clock got in the way.