MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas State receiver Jordy Nelson says
it's hard to watch last year's game films. He says the Wildcats are
so much better on offense this year that it's embarrassing to see
where they were a year ago.
Kansas State (5-3, 3-2 Big 12) has already scored 310 points
this season, 14 points more than the Wildcats scored in 13 games
last year. And all of their wins have come by at least 20 points.
Quarterback Josh Freeman says the players know what coach Ron
Prince expects, and they know the offense better.
Nelson is making a strong bid for All-America consideration. He
has a school-record 76 catches this season for 1,008 yards and
Freeman is on pace to shatter Kansas State's single-season
records for completions, attempts and passing yards.
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