October 29, 2009
K-State defense shifts into attack mode
The topic on Tuesday was takeaways and Kansas State safety Tysyn Hartman was on a roll. He lauded the cohesiveness within a defensive secondary that produced five interceptions in the last two games. He credited an improved pass rush that contributed to 10 sacks, as well. But while the Wildcats' defense comes off solid efforts against Texas A&M and Colorado, there's a bigger motivating factor key to the unit's success: What happens next.
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