Kansas State is one of the least penalized teams in the country. The Wildcats have been called for just 25 on the season -- only Navy (22) has less -- and rank fourth in the country with just 29.6 penalty yards per game.
How do they do it? Just ask head coach Bill Snyder.
Bill Snyder on keeping penalties down: "Well, if they get penalized, we shoot 'em."— David Ubben (@davidubben) October 27, 2014
That's some old-fashioned justice from the 75-year-old head coach, who's known for having a little bit of fun in his press conferences.