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Snyder talks change at starting quarterback

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Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder studies North Dakota State prior to the opening kick off of an NCAA football game last Friday night in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN — Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder isn’t about to make sweeping changes to the depth chart after the Wildcats struggled on both sides of the ball in a season-opening loss to North Dakota State.
That doesn’t mean he won’t make some tweaks for Saturday night’s game against Louisiana-Lafayette.
For one thing, Snyder seemed to indicate Tuesday that sophomore quarterback Daniel Sams will see the field more in Week 2. Sams was beaten out for the starting job late in fall camp by junior college transfer Jake Waters, who threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns ...

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