Most Profound Takeaways from Kansas State Football's Spring Game

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Most Profound Takeaways from Kansas State Football's Spring Game
The defending Big 12 champions gave fans their first look at their new team on Saturday. Emily DeShazer/K-State Collegian

The Kansas State Wildcats, winners of the 2012 Big 12 title, took the field on Saturday afternoon for its annual Purple-White game. 

Probably the biggest storyline heading into the game was the quarterback battle between redshirt sophomore Daniel Sams and junior college transfer Jake Waters. The two have been jockeying to see who will replace Collin Klein, who finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting last season.

Purple, which represented the first-team offense and defense, won the game 76-3. Head coach Bill Snyder flipped the first half score though, so the final tally on the scoreboard read 41-38 in favor of White.  

While the quarterback battle was intriguing, there were plenty of other takeaways from Saturday's spring game. 

 

*All quotes obtained first-hand unless otherwise noted.

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