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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - B.J. Finney
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein spent the final 25 minutes of Saturday night's win over Oklahoma State watching from the sideline, the coaching staff having taken away his helmet to keep him from trying to get back in the game.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder doesn't see all that much difference between Texas Tech's running backs.
"Daniel did a great job," offensive lineman B.J. Finney said. "He stepped right in and he knew what he needed to do. He was calling plays and checks, which were great checks. They were the same that Collin would have made."
"When we chew up the clock, it means we're controlling the game, that we're trying to do what we want to do, instead of play at their game pace," Wildcats offensive lineman B.J. Finney said. "So to be able to do that is a huge advantage in our favor, obviously."