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DANIEL SAMS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Kansas State’s Daniel Sams has a new home with McNeese State

Reported by Jake Trotter, ESPN, Kansas State’s Daniel Sams is transferring out of the program to play in his home state for McNeese State.  By transferring to an FCS program, Sams will not be required to sit out a year and can play immediately. Sams wanted to leave Kansas State this spring after it became apparent that he would not hold the starting QB spot and that the coaching...
Via NCAA Football Zone
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-Kansas State QB Daniel Sams transfers to McNeese State.

Daniel Sams. Photo via The Dallas Morning News. Former Kansas State quarterback Daniel Sams has found a landing spot. Sams, who left the Wildcat program during the spring, has decided to transfer to McNeese State, an FCS school where he won't have to sit out a year like he would if he transferred to a FBS program.Sams told ESPN that he chose the Lake Charles, La.-located McNeese...
Via Shirts With Random Triangles
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas State quarterback Daniel Sams granted release

Kansas State quarterback Daniel Sams has been granted his release by the program and is likely headed to play for an FCS school, as reported by the Kansas City Star. Sams is a redshirt junior "looking for a fresh start after losing K-State’s starting job to Jake Waters last season," says Kellis Robinett of the Star. Sams was attempting to convert to wide receiver in spring practices.
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

For whatever reason, Sams and Snyder just couldn't make it work at K-State

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Bill Snyder wanted someone to get the ball in Tyler Lockett's hands. Daniel Sams wanted to play. And ne'er the twain. Thus, we are where we are Tuesday, the apex of a 12-hour cycle in which it was whispered that Sams, the Kansas State platoon-quarterback-turned-wideout, would be leaving the school -- a whisper confirmed this morning by a short news release...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Former K-State QB Sams given release to transfer

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Former quarterback Daniel Sams was granted a conditional release from Kansas State on Tuesday to pursue playing opportunities closer to his home in Slidell, La. The release allows Sams to contact only Football Championship Subdivision schools with the exception of Stephen F. Austin, which plays Kansas State this season. It does not allow the former starting quarterback...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Daniel Sams to transfer from K-State

Apparently the move to wide receiver wasn’t what Daniel Sams was looking for next season. The former quarterback, who moved to receiver this spring, plans to transfer from Kansas State — likely to a FCS school where he would have two years of remaining eligibility and perhaps move back to QB. Because he’s already used his redshirt, the junior-to-be at K-State would have only...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

K-State's Daniel Sams makes moves to wide receiver

He’s still listed as a quarterback on the roster and may take some snaps when the 2014 season gets under way, but right now in spring practice Daniel Sams is a wide receiver for the Kansas State football team. The possibility of Sams shifting to running back or receiver was broached late last season as Jake Waters took the majority of snaps at quarterback. Coach Bill Snyder was...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Should Kansas State go with Daniel Sams full-time at QB?

Kansas State dropped their second straight Big 12 game on Saturday falling to Oklahoma State, 33-29. It was a game full of would of - should of - and could of's for the Wildcats, but at the end of four quarters, it was still a loss nonetheless. It was also a game that was very un-Kansas State like. There were 12 penalties - the most for Kansas State in single game since 2005...
Via Turfburner.com
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Can't, or won't? Either way, it's time to see what K-State QB Sams can do throwing the football

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Accident or design? Can't or won't? Either Daniel Sams feels uncomfortable passing the ball, which is bad, or has been told not to throw the rock. Which is worse. Regardless, know this: If the defensive coordinator preparing for Kansas State all week sees No. 4 come into the game with a menu of only two options -- hand off or take off -- it doesn'...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Keeler: Sams has too much horsepower not to see field for K-State

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- The problem is this: Daniel Sams does you no good stuck in park, idling in the driveway. When the Kansas State quarterback is on the sidelines, doing leg raises up and down to keep loose, it's like owning a Porsche 911, starting her up and revving the engine, over and over, just to hear it purr. Brother, you've got to let that tiger loose. "You put...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
September 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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