MANHATTAN, Kan. Collectively, they're responsible for the sweetest holes this side of Spyglass Hill. This fall, they've owned more turf than the Emir of Kuwait.
There's a reason Collin Klein, when he's not seeing stars, sprints to daylight like a gazelle. There's a reason trying to tackle John Hubert feels like trying to tackle a snow blower on the move.
And yet, with all the Bowl Championship Series love, all the Heisman Trophy buzz, it's crazy how nobody really talks much about Kansas State's offensive line these days. And you know what's even crazier?
They like it.
Heck, they prefer it.
"We could always get more love," chuckles left tackle Cornelius Lucas, whose second-ranked Wildcats (9-0) visit TCU Saturday night (7 p.m. EST, FOX). "But basically, we don't really like the attention. We're like, basically, just low-key. Do our job, so we can make our Heisman-winner look good."
As we turn the corner past Election Day, Klein, who's thrown for 12 touchdowns and run for 17...