Again, Tech lost Stephens last week and fifth-year senior Aaron Crawford and two true freshmen lead the run attack. There's no question the running game will be tapered back a little bit, but how much? Let's assume the trio rushes around for 100 yards. Kansas State gives up about 92 yards on defense.
What we do know is Tech has the capacity to run up front and has two athletic running backs in Kenny Williams and DeAndre Washington and its bruiser in Crawford. What we don't know is how those guys will react to heavier loads.