MANHATTAN, Kan. —
“Tony’s one of our few home-run hitters,” Weis said. “He goes down, and it isn’t like you haven’t practiced other guys to do the same jobs, but they’re not the same player.”
Kansas State has been fortunate when it comes to injuries this season, and that remained the case Saturday, when Klein and most of the starters sat the fourth quarter to be safe.
There was no need to play them in a game so far out of hand.
The Wildcats had already proven once more they’re the pre-eminent team in the Sunflower State, piling up at least 50 points for the third straight year and winning their fourth Governor’s Cup in a row. Now, they’ll turn their attention to bigger things still to come.
Snyder was already at it Sunday morning.