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September 1, 2012You can see it in his eyes. No one on this Kansas State football team may be more eager for the 2012 season to get underway than receiver Chris Harper. With the promise of a newfound passing game for the Wildcats, it should be the senior from Wichita on the receiving end of many of those pending passes from quarterback Collin Klein.
Harper spoke with the media earlier this week concerning the state of the Wildcats and his hopes for the year as Saturday's game with Missouri State, and the start of the season, finally nears.
How hard is it to find a rhythm in that first game, in the first or second quarter?
How much more is available to the team this year, as far as how you go about your business?
Has Bill Snyder talked to the team about the importance of leading at halftime? (K-State is 149-5 in such games since 1990.)
How does it help the offense to be so flexible in who plays that position?
Collin Klein has been called the most underrated player in college football and the toughest player in college football. As a teammate of his, what would you call him?
Are you seeing improvement from him compared to last year?
Are you a numbers guy? Do you have a set goal of how many yards you want this season?
How important is it for the offense to click and find a rhythm in that first game?
Whatís the key to being able to click for your guys? Efficiency? Limiting turnovers?