Will he or won't he? That's the question that every Kansas State fan -- and potentially most college football fans -- want to know about this weekend's game pitting the Wildcats against TCU. The Big 12 showdown is not as high profile as other games that K-State has recently won, but each and every game from here on out is of paramount importance for a team poised for a national title game.
Collin Klein was forced out of Saturday's game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys due to a concussion, and his status for the team's upcoming game against TCU was brought into question. On Monday that's still up in the air:
Will Collin Klein play Saturday? "I hope so," Bill Snyder says. Does he know so? "I hope so," he said.— David Ubben (@davidubben) November 5, 2012
Klein is a Heisman Trophy candidate who has been a force through the air and on the ground at quarterback, conjuring Tim Tebow comparisons and placing K-State in the national spotlight.