K-State, Bowling Green both look to build off easy season-opening wins

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — The sheer dominance of Kansas State in Chris Klieman’s debut can perhaps be summarized best by the fact that the new coach hopes to see his defense on the field more this weekend.
Yes, you read that right.
The Wildcats held the ball for more than 41 minutes in their 49-14 whitewashing of Nicholls State last weekend, and that meant a mere 20 plays for the defense. That makes any evaluation of the guys on that side of the ball rather difficult, to say nothing of new coordinator Scott Hazelton.
“We need to play more snaps,” Klieman said ahead of Saturday’s game against Bowling Green, the last tuneup for Kansas State before an early test at Mississippi State.
“Obviously, you don’t want to play more,” Klieman said, “but we need to play more to have a better evaluation of some guys. I just know there were a lot of technique errors.”
It must have taken a discerning eye to see them.
The Wildcats committed just two penalties and had no turnovers while being so efficient on offense they once marched nearly the length of the field without a pass. On

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