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Kansas State’s musical quarterbacks hitting right note

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Kansas State quarterback Daniel Sams stiff-arms his way past Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon during the first half of a Big 12 Conference football game on Oct. 12 in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN — It sometimes resembles musical chairs, the way that Kansas  State coach Bill Snyder has begun to use contrasting quarterbacks Jake Waters and Daniel Sams.
Waters heads onto the field for the first series. Sams replaces him. Waters goes back out when the Wildcats need a spark. Sams does the same thing.
It's the kind of substitution pattern that happens regularly with running backs and wide receivers, but not quarterbacks — not the most critical guy on the field, the one who calls all the plays and touches the ball on every snap and often decides whether a team wins ...

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