Kansas State’s defensive line didn’t substitute as liberally as it normally last week.

That’s only partially because of missing players.

Much of the credit, K-State’s coaches said, goes to Baylor’s offensive game plan.

“They did a good job,” K-State defensive coordinator Joe Klanderman said. “I think we could have done a better job of that, but they did a good job of getting to the line of scrimmage quickly, even if they weren’t snapping it quick. When they do that, you sometimes have to roll with what you have.”

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