The status of Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein for Saturday's game against TCU remains uncertain on Monday as a result of an injury sustained in Saturday's victory over Oklahoma State.
Klein was knocked out of Saturday's game with what appeared to be a head injury, although Kansas State has not confirmed whether Klein sustained a concussion.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said on a conference call on Monday that Klein "seems fine to me."
Asked whether Klein will play on Saturday, Snyder said. "I hope so."
Kansas State is No. 2 in this week's BCS standings. Klein leads the nation in pass efficiency and appears to be the Heisman Trophy favorite at the moment.
Klein left Saturday's game after his one-yard touchdown run gave the Wildcats a 38-17 lead with 9:41 remaining in the third quarter. It appeared he was shaken up on the previous play when he took a hard hit.
Klein's mother, Kelly, told ESPN's Joe Schad that she saw her son on Sunday, and she said "he looks great and he feels great." She said her son is "going to be 100 percent this week. He will begin a normal film review and normal practice week."
However, Yahoo! Sports reported Klein was being evaluated for a concussion because he could not recall the details of his final drive, and could not recall that he had scored.
--Washington State wide receiver Marquess Wilson, the school's alltime leader in career receiving yardage, was suspended from the team for unspecified reasons, the Spokesman-Review reported Monday.
A Washington State spokesman confirmed to the newspaper Monday that Wilson was indefinitely suspended by coach Mike Leach but gave no reason for the discipline.
NBC Sports' College Football Talk reported that rumors have floated that Wilson walked out of a conditioning workout Sunday and speculated that he subsequently quit the team.
Wilson leads the Cougars (2-7) with 52 catches for 813 yards with five touchdowns this season.
---Alabama's come-from-behind victory over LSU on Saturday night earned CBS a 7.0 overnight Nielsen rating, the highest for any college football game on any network this season, according to the Sports Business Daily.
That was still down 41 percent for the teams' regular-season meeting in 2011, which pitted the top two ranked teams in the country at the time.
---Maryland officials announced on Monday that starting middle linebacker Demetrius Hartsfield, the team's leading tackler, has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season.
The Terps have lost five players to season-ending ACL tears this year, including three starting quarterbacks. A fourth starting QB was lost to a season-ending foot injury.
--South Florida quarterback B.J. Daniels suffered a broken ankle in USF's 13-6 win over UConn Saturday night, which means his season and collegiate career are likely over.