Nothing has really changed after this beatdown that Kansas State gave to Miami.
Bill Snyder is one of the best coaches in the country still, and Collin Klein remains the most valuable player in college football arguably.
Klein totaled for 274 yards and 4 TD while John Hubert was able to finally breakthrough for a 107 yards and a TD in a critical challenge for the Wildcats.
K-State forced three turnovers and took advantage of them and did not disappoint, and the defense truly deserves the majority of the credit in this matchup.
Arthur Brown proved that he is in fact one of the best linebackers in the country as the Wildcat s run defense was fantastic as they limited the Canes to just 43 yards on 29 carries.
Stephen Morris was certainly disappointed in his teammates around him and Mike James and Duke Johnson did not find any running room and the receivers certainly could not get open either.
Morris has to clearly do a much better job of protecting the ball when relentless pressure ambushes his offensive line because the blocking was certainly atrocious for Hurricane standards.
This has been an issue for several years now and the chances of appearing in a bowl game will be mission impossible if improvement cannot be made.
The Wildcats have the potential to match last season’s success despite a schedule that is much tougher that a season ago, but Klein can carry this offense on his back.