K-State Offensive Player Quotes

Junior Wide Receiver Daniel Gonzalez

On the depth of the wide receiving position...

“That is the main focus of our team to create depth. When you are a back up you have to be ready to play.”

 

On his first touchdown...

“It was pretty simple. I was backside alone and the corner was playing inside and I have to make sure I stayed inside of him. When I turned the ball was right there, low and perfect.”

 

Freshman Quarterback Josh Freeman

On his progress at K-State...

“I am just taking as it comes. Right now I am preparing as a starter with the direction that coach Prince has given me. I am working to be the best that I can and trying to be the best that I can.”

 

On how he did in the fourth quarter when he entered the game

“I think I did alright. It wasn’t what I was picturing it being but it wasn’t as bad as it could have been.”

 

Senior Quarterback Dylan Meier

On how he felt about the game...

“It feels a lot better than last week. We know we got some things to do and we are happy with the result.”

 

On the play of Thomas Clayton...

“Thomas and the other running backs ran well and the offensive line did a great job opening holes.  We knew coming into this game we can run the ball on this team and we established that well.”

 

On the kick return to start the game...

“We always talk about getting off to a good start in either half. That set the tone for the rest of the half and game. Every game we try to come out firing and that was key to start things going.”

 

On the reverse to Figurs...

“It was a big play, well executed by everybody.”

 

Junior Return Man Justin McKinney

On his kickoff return...

“I knew when I got through the hole that nobody could catch me. We wanted to make a statement and show them we were ready to play. We are serious about special teams. We didn’t make a mistake and I got through and made it. That’s how we planned to do it. We practice it like that everyday and we sprung one.”