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  Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman had little to say about injured starting quarterback Skylar Thompson on Saturday. Thompson, who was injured in the second quarter of last week's 31-21 win over Texas Tech, did not travel for Saturday's game at TCU. Freshman Will Howard moved into the lineup, helping the Wildcats top the Horned Frogs 21-14. And that's where Klieman wanted the focus to be during his postgame press conference: on the win, and the players who participated, not Thompson. "We'll talk about Skylar on Monday," Klieman said. "He wasn't available." Howard called it "a blessing" to be in the lineup for the first time as a collegian. He just didn't like the circumstances that transpired that brought it to pass. "It kind of sucks how it happened with Skylar," Howard said, "but we're hoping he's going to get better." - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#32 QB) rSr/2022 QB Skylar ThompsonKansas State
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