MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -—In a league of high-powered offenses that love to air it out, Kansas State is a misfit.
The No. 7 Wildcats would prefer, in the words of Kansas coach Charlie Weis, to "ram it down your throat every single play." But an improved passing game has allowed the Wildcats to be more balanced, and that's made them even more difficult to stop than last season.
They've already thrown for 758 yards through four games, an increase of nearly 50 percent over last year, and quarterback Collin Klein is completing about 70 percent of his throws.
The passing success is a big reason why Kansas State is off to another 4-0 start heading into Saturday's game against the Jayhawks.