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K-State at crossroads after troubling loss to Oklahoma State

AP Sports Writer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas State is at a crossroads just four games into the season. They’re unsettled at quarterback, where Skylar Thompson has been out with an injury and Will Howard got banged up during a loss at Oklahoma State. There’s a chance Thompson plays next week against Oklahoma, but it also could be third-stringer Jaren Lewis getting the nod. Then there’s the fact that Kansas State also started 4-1 last season before losing five straight to end the year. Will the Wildcats turn their season back in a positive direction? Or will another promising year continue down the wrong path Saturday?


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