Kansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz emerged from the visiting locker room with something to say following a 14-7 loss to Vanderbilt on Saturday.
It went from averaging 55 points to scoring seven, from gaining big yardage to punting seven times, from rarely making mistakes to erring left and right.
The offensive line provided good protection and Isaiah Harris got open across the middle, but Ertz was hesitant to throw after watching his receivers drop well-thrown passes earlier in the game.
The most notable of those plays came in the second quarter when defensive back Kendall Adams briefly appeared to scoop up a Shurmur fumble and return it 30 yards for a touchdown.
The large contingent of visiting fans cheered what appeared to be Adams’ third defensive touchdown in two games, but the play was overturned on video review.
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