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Turnovers, penalties dooming Wildcats in Big 12

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Oklahoma State’s Shamiel Gary, middle, and Kansas State’s Curry Sexton, front, try to recover a fumble during the second half of an NCAA football game last Saturday afternoon in Stillwater, Okla.

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MANHATTAN — Bill Snyder is as frustrated as anybody at Kansas State’s trends of penalties and turnovers, yet he also knows how quickly those kinds of things can turn around.
“In 2003 we lost our first two (conference) ball games,” Snyder said this week. “Both of them were close ball games, I think four points each one. Our ball games this year have been reasonably close. That team was able to put it all together.”
The Wildcats (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) went on to win the Big 12 title that year, and Snyder hopes this year’s team can do ...

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