Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder is staying quiet about both the nature and the severity of an injury by starting quarterback Collin Klein during the Wildcats' win over 44-30 Oklahoma State. Klein sat out the game's final 25 minutes after being taken out in the third quarter.
"Klein scampered up the middle on a designed run for a short gain when
he was tackled by the Cowboys' Alex Elkins. Klein got up shaking his
right wrist but remained in the game.
Later on the drive, Klein completed three straight passes to get the
Wildcats (9-0, 6-0 Big 12) into scoring position, leading most to
believe his wrist was fine, and that three straight runs to get into the
end zone may have resulted in some kind of head injury.
Klein bounced the first carry outside for a big gain, but slammed his
head to the turf while he was getting tackled. Klein then scooted
around the outside for 10 more yards, this time getting shoved out of
bounds as he tried to score. He c...