K-State hosts West Virginia with usual uncertainty about QB

MANHATTAN, Kan. — It’s widely accepted that the adage “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” dates to the early 1800s, or about the same time Bill Snyder took over the Kansas State program.

If it holds true, West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen must think highly of his coaching counterpart.That’s because Holgorsen decided to play coy with his injury report heading into Saturday’s game at Kansas State, calling everybody “day to day.” It was a subtle jab at the 78-year-old Snyder, who refuses to disclose or discuss injuries.“I’ve said for a long time I admire Coach Snyder and what he’s done, and one of those things he’s done more than anyone is be incredibly guarded on who is going to p...