Collin Klein Hurt, Kansas State Still Defeats Oklahoma State
Last night the only top four in the BCS rankings, number two ranked Kansas State University might have won the battle by defeating Oklahoma State University 44-30 but might have lost the war and Collin Klein might have lost his chances to win the Heisman Trophy with getting hurt with an undisclosed injury.
It seemed like Kansas State was the only top four BCS undefeated team that didn’t struggle against their opponent last night to remain unbeaten, however if Collin Klein is out for any extended time, this isn’t the time for the team, as it might cost them a shot at the national title as well.
Kansas State wide receiver Tyler Lockett said”Collin was still a leader. He was on the sideline getting us going, especially when things weren’t going our way. That’s what I like about him.” I’m sure Collin would have rather have been playing then being on the sideline in this huge conference match-up.
The reason why I consider him now out for the Heisman trophy is because he only had 245 yards passing and zero touchdown passes, but that’s just my take, what do you all think about this and Kansas State’s remainder of their season.
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