August 3, 2012
With up-tempo offense all the rage these days, Kansas State used a slow-and-steady approach last season to win 10 games.
The purple-clad masses at Snyder Family Stadium this year will still get the chance to count down, "Three . two . one ." as quarterback Collin Klein waits for the snap from center B.J. Finney.
The strategy is to control the clock and the ball, and don't hurt yourself with unforced errors.
The Wildcats, who return 17 starters this season, utilized that system last season to go 10-3.