Found March 31, 2013 on Crystal Ball Run:
First Practice: April 3 Spring Game: April 27 Kansas State has enjoyed back-to-back seasons with double-digit wins, which includes the 2012 Big 12 championship. That’s a far cry from the Ron Prince days. But now the Wildcats will find out how solid their program is as they try to replace about a dozen key players that almost led this unit to a BCS Championship Game. The most likely solution is to fill the holes with junior college players. Stability Factor (1=chaos, 5=rock solid): 3.0 When Bill Snyder returned to the sidelines in Manhattan, Kan., the Wildcats became a stable program again. It’s almost amazing to see how quickly he returned Kansas State to prominence at age 73. The overall number would be higher if not for so many question marks that surround this program going into spring. Under the Microscope: Defensive Front 7 Kansas State lost like a bazillion tackles to graduation as not a single starter from this group is back this spring...

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