Last night was apparently haircut night at Kansas State’s football camp.
Here were two of the results that were made public via Twitter:
— Curry Sexton (@csexton_14) August 6, 2013
That’s Jake Waters showing off his new haircut from Tramaine Thompson. Waters, a junior-college transfer, may end up being K-State’s starting quarterback this season. That just goes to show no newcomer is above an ugly haircut during fall training camp.
— Collin Sexton (@CoSex2) August 6, 2013
That’s Collin Sexton, a redshirt freshman receiver, revealing his football head.
These haircuts might seem silly, but they are a tradition at K-State. A tradition that players enjoy and say helps them grow closer as a team. Here’s a blog I wrote on the topic a few years back. A few members of last year’s senior class also had some memorable thoughts on haircut night when I asked them about their favorite college football memories before the Fiesta Bowl.
This year’s group is clearly keeping up with the haircut tradition.
It's crazy how something as simple as cutting hair can not only make a camp just a tiny bit easier but also bring a team together. #RoseShow
— Robert Rose (@RoseShow5) August 6, 2013