Those were the first words that came out of Bill Snyder’s mouth following a disappointing 24-21 loss to North Dakota State on Friday night. He was upset. He was angry. He said the K-State football team let its fans down.
They were all understandable thoughts and emotions considering the Wildcats blew a 21-7 lead and opened their season with a loss to a (very good) Football Championship Subdivision team. They are the defending Big 12 champions and they were playing their first game in front of a huge crowd in a renovated stadium. This will go down as a memorable defeat the same way losses to Fresno State and Marshall did years ago.
How did it happen? A look at all that and more in this week’s Saturday Rewind: