K-State freshman RB burst onto the scene, maybe starting lineup next

Kansas State freshman running back Justin Silmon burst onto the scene in last week's game and may have put himself in position to become the Wildcats' starting running back. Silmon finally got his chance in the second half of the second game of the season as Charles Jones struggled to get anything going when K-State needed a strong rushing presence to help first-time starting quarterback...
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September 16, 2015  |  Discuss

K-Sate's Jones hopes to rejuvenate Kansas State's running game now that he is healthy

Kansas State will be breaking in a new quarterback this season, but the Wildcats can rely on the fact they return a running back. Charles Jones, who led the team in rushing yards and touchdowns last season – 540 and 13 – is back for his junior year. Now, the numbers don't really jump off the page or impress, and maybe that's because he tore the posterior cruciate ligament in the...
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August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

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