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Kansas State seeking to overcome pain of losing season opener

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Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder greets fans before the Wildcats' season opener against North Dakota State at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Friday evening.

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MANHATTAN— Kansas State head football caoch Bill Snyder saw the fallout of a season-opening loss to North Dakota State reflected in the faces of his players as they showed up for practice this week.

First, he saw hurt. Then disappointment and embarrassment.

Snyder eventually saw the anger he wanted to see in the minutes after the 24-21 defeat.

"Then maybe the next emotion is probably determination or rectify whatever the mistakes happened to be," Snyder said. "Everybody that cares goes through that, and I think most of our guys care."

Their chance to rectify those mistakes comes Saturday night against ...


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