K-State concludes spring practice

It was a different look as K-State ended their spring practices. There were some individual drills and a short scrimmage instead of a full spring game.

"At the end of the day guys have come out every single day this spring and really hyped it up," said safety Denzel Goolsby. "People are competitive and even though they've been just practices a lot or times they're game-like scenarios."

"We are still getting better every day and so we came out here with the idea that we're going to practice. "

"There was just more fans here. The fact that we were able to get our practice in our guys get our work in, this is a normal practice for us," said head coach Chris Klieman. 

The K-State Wildcats are coming off a disappointing 5-7 season but they want people to know they aren't rebuilding and they have high expectations for next year.

"For dang sure not being 5-7," said quarterback Skylar Thompson."That's the thing and I don't want to win six games and be bowl eligible either. I'm trying to achieve something that we haven't achieved in a while around here. "

"If you build an environment where you're going to be happy with being complacent then you're not going to get the results that you want so if we can constantly try to get the bar higher everyday in and day out then we're going to be a great team this fall," Goolsby stated.

The Wildcats kick off their season on August 31st against Nichols.