Kansas St. Wildcats coach Bill Snyder didn’t come to Yankee Stadium to lose. Down 33-28 in Syracuse’s red zone with just over three minutes to go, the Wildcats ran a fake field goal in an attempt to take the lead. The Orange got the stop, then on their next offensive play put the Cats in even deeper trouble.
Syracuse RB Delone Carter broke free for 61 yards, putting him over 200 on the day. K-State’s defense limited the drive to a field goal, but the three-pointer still means the Wildcats need a touchdown and a two-point conversion.
This game has seen a nutty array of trick plays. I lost count of how many flea flickers we’ve seen, all of which were very successful. Wildcats QB Carson Coffman caught a pass, and both Wildcats RB Daniel Thomas and Cuse RB Antwon Bailey have attempted passes.
The Cats have driven into Cuse territory after a nice kick return, converting a first down with under two left.