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Wildcats expect to carry bowl momentum into 2014

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

Kansas State’s Ryan Mueller (44) gets Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder drenched as they celebrate in the closing moments of the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl against Michigan on Saturday in Tempe, Ariz.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas State headed into this season faced with the prospect of replacing its starting quarterback, best defensive player and a slew of other contributors on both sides of the ball.
The Wildcats shouldn’t have nearly as many concerns next season.
After a dominant victory over Michigan in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on Saturday night, Kansas State heads into the offseason brimming with optimism — and expectations. The Wildcats will return most of their key players next season, including quarterback Jake Waters and wide receiver Tyler Lockett, who hooked up for three TD passes against the Wolverines ...


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