Ooh man, the Kansas State secondary stunk it up on Wednesday night against the Aggies.
Now granted, Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight had spent time with the Oklahoma Sooners and knows how to light up the scoreboard, but still. He had himself a day and a half in the Texas Bowl.
Had [Trevor] Knight not started off slowly, this game could have very easily ended with a Wildcats loss.
Knight completed 30 passes out of 48 attempts for 310 yards and three touchdowns. He had one interception early in the game, but settled in after that and became that big time quarterback that we had once seen at Oklahoma.
Receiver Josh Reynolds had a monstrous game, catching 12 passes for 154 yards and making it into the end zone twice. Reynolds averaged 12.8 yards per catch and it was obvious that the Wildcats defense had no answer for him.
Had Knight not started off slowly (though that first possession was impressive), this game could have very easily ended with a Wildcats loss.
The secondary has to improve for next season or else… Yikes.