Unbeaten No. 17 Kansas St faces Texas Tech
They’ll face a Texas Tech defense that has been porous on the ground. The Red Raiders rank No. 115 against the rush and have allowed an average of 224 yards per game on the ground.
Last week, Aggies quarterback Ryan Tannehill got 188 passing yards and 55 on the ground and Klein may able to choose how he wants to attack the Red Raiders.
“He’s very decisive with what he wants to do, where he wants to throw the ball and how he wants to carry out a play,” Finney said. “So on top of being fast and strong, he’s also able to make the decisions at a very crucial time.”
Tuberville said Snyder’s team are distinctive.
“They don’t have any star players,” he said. “They don’t want any star players. We’re going to have to understand what they do, how they do it on both sides, and we’ve got to improve and we’ve got to play our game.”