Coaches and players from both the K-State and UCLA offenses met with the media Wednesday as part of activities leading up to the Valero Alamo Bowl.
Among other topics, KSU wide receiver Curry Sexton was asked about being just 45 yards shy of 1,000 on the season, and wide receiver / kick returner Tyler Lockett was asked about the bowl record of 240 all purpose yards. “I’m not worried about that” Lockett said. “Honestly the main thing on my mind is winning the game” he added.
Along with talking game strategy, the players talked about their off the field experiences this week in San Antonio. KSU quarterback Jake Waters talked about visiting with wounded soldiers. “It was such a humbling experience” he said.
K-State coaches and players were all dressed in coats and ties once again, while the dress code for UCLA was still a little more relaxed.
Along with practicing Wednesday, both teams participated in a pep rally.