July 2, 2007
K-State’s ability to move the ball through the air got significantly worse from 2005 to 2006. Sure, the Wildcats threw for almost 400 more yards than the season before, but that was because of two more games on the schedule and 97 more total attempts. Dig a bit deeper and the numbers become clearer. The team’s 6.3 yards per attempt and 102.5 pass efficiency were both significant decreases from 2005 (7.0 and 118.2). That’s not even mentioning the 20 interceptions (eight more than 2005).
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