Replacing Jeron Mastrud will not be an easy task for the Kansas State football team.
During his four seasons with the Wildcats, Mastrud was a big, dependable blocker and one of the most reliable pass-catchers on the roster. After grabbing 106 passes for 1,219 yards and three touchdowns, he moved on to the NFL and now plays with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Travis Tannahill and Andre McDonald will do their best to replace him this season, and coach Bill Snyder has indicated they may do so by committee. Read More