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GARY GRAMLING
August 16, 2012
Last year's team was wild in more than name. With its electrifying stars returning, the next step is to win like a BCS contender
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August 16, 2012

Kansas State Wildcats

Last year's team was wild in more than name. With its electrifying stars returning, the next step is to win like a BCS contender

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After fine spring, going from blocker to blanket

Already one of the best blocking tight ends in the nation, Tannahill put on a show catching passes this spring. (He had five receptions for 42 yards in the Purple--White Game.) While Kansas State is loaded with playmakers on the perimeter, the 6' 3" 253-pounder is set to emerge as the security blanket that Klein needs to take the next step as a passer.

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WR MARQUEZ CLARK JUNIOR

Record-breaker will add explosiveness on offense

Clark could make an immediate impact as a game-breaking receiver. A first-team NJCAA All-America for Navarro (Texas) Junior College, he set NJCAA single-season records for receptions (98) and receiving yards (1,639) in 2011.

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