Oof, first, I’ll take the blame for pumping up this Kansas State Wildcats team all off-season. There are several reasons why the Wildcats laid an egg in the opener, but no sufficient excuses. I’ll give you a more in-depth evaluation this week, but a few things don’t need further review.
Skylar was O.K. and Kansas State needed Skylar to be good. He was consistently off on his deep balls, and probably left something like 14-17 points on the field. He looked hesitant to run, and his running ability is a big part of what makes him dangerous.