K-State Licking Wounds As It Enter Bye Week

By: Adam Suderman, Associated Press Writer
By: Adam Suderman, Associated Press Writer
The foundation of the Kansas State football program since Bill Snyder

Kansas State running back John Hubert (33) spins away from North Dakota State cornerback CJ Smith (6) and nose tackle Ryan Drevlow (60) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Manhattan, Kan., Friday, Aug. 30, 2013. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ The foundation of the Kansas State football program since Bill Snyder's arrival more than two decades ago has been what he calls the ``16 Goals for Success.''

Things such as unselfishness, commitment and unity.

More often than not, the Wildcats have thrived on these principles. But as they mull over a 2-2 start that included a loss at Texas on Saturday night to open Big 12 play, those same goals are providing a good place to start figuring out where things have gone wrong.

Kansas State has this week off before resuming conference play next week at Oklahoma State.

When asked what Kansas State needs to do to get right, Snyder replied: ``We need to improve in the intrinsic values segment of our program.'' In other words, his 16 goals.

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