However, more than ever, K-State's quarterback situation is up in the air.
Coupled with Dylan Meier's mistakes and Allen Webb's
offensive surge that began against
"I don't know yet, and as I said after the ballgame, we just need to go through the week of practice and make some decisions based on our preparation in terms of what we want to do and how we want to do it," he said. "That will determine who we want to do it with, and it could be either of the two, but I have not made that decision yet."
However, he said he'll make his decision following the last practice of the week, which is Thursday.
But while the decision as to who starts is still up in the air, Snyder is sure of one thing: Both will play.
"There is probably a case in both
directions," he said as to whether Webb or Meier's abilities are better suited
for the game against
Allen Webb, who completed 6-of-8 passes for 111 yards two touchdowns while running for an additional 52 yards last week, said that despite not knowing if he'll start Saturday, he's going to prepare as if he will.
"I'm not sure, but I'm going to prepare like I am going to go in there and start, and that's always how I try to do things. I'm not sure though."
Meier was 4-of-16 for 37 yards.
Senior tight end Brian Casey said that he and the rest of the team does not care which quarterback starts, but rather now, unlike earlier in the season, they all know both quarterbacks are able to come into the game and lead K-State to victory.
"He came in there, made plays, and
stepped up big," Casey said of Webb's performance against