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The Mount Rushmore of K-State Linebackers

The Mount Rushmore of K-State Linebackers

When I think of all the stellar K-State linebackers of the past, I recall specific plays they made that remain entrenched in my mind. For instance, Brandon Archer’s 45-yard interception return for a touchdown against Missouri in 2005 was a spectacular play that sealed the game in what we all thought at the time was Bill Snyder’s last game. Ted Sims’ interception return for a touchdown in the 2003 Big 12 championship game. Arthur Brown’s interception against Robert Griffin III…

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From The Couch – Dylan Edwards Decommits, K-State Trending/Karaoke With Jerome Tang Is A Must Watch!

From The Couch – Dylan Edwards Decommits, K-State Trending/Karaoke With Jerome Tang Is A Must Watch!

You read that right. “K-State” is trending on Twitter in July. Why? It’s not because of a huge football or basketball win. It’s recruiting buzz, both football and basketball, both positive and negative. But mostly positive! Here’s the latest…. JM: This is quite the bummer, but as Edwards was making headlines winning foot races against some of the fastest high school talent in the country, some of the “big boys” took notice. JM: Notre Dame offered Edwards a scholarship and…

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The Mount Rushmore of K-State Defensive Linemen

The Mount Rushmore of K-State Defensive Linemen

“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.” The quote above is attributed to college and NFL football great Archie Griffin of the Ohio State Buckeyes and then the Cincinnati Bengals. The assertion can be attached to many K-State players over the years, but especially to the Wildcat defensive lineman, who more often than not were undersized compared to their competition in both the Big 8 and then the…

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The Mount Rushmore Of K-State Defensive Backs

The Mount Rushmore Of K-State Defensive Backs

Kansas State football has a long history of great defensive back play. The school has had 20 defensive backs drafted by NFL teams in its history, including three first-round and two second-round picks. It was somewhat difficult to narrow the list of great players down to four. Two were likely no-brainers that most K-Staters would agree with, while the final two may cause some argument. I had a list of four players in my head before I looked at the…

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From The Couch – Wildcats At Big 12 Media Days

From The Couch – Wildcats At Big 12 Media Days

Big 12 media days was this week and the Wildcats spoke to the media on Wednesday. Head coach Chris Klieman, quarterback Adrian Martinez, running back Deuce Vaughn, defensive lineman Eli Huggins, and linebacker Daniel Green made the trip. There were a few great quotes and moments that I tried to capture here. Enjoy… “Well, the thing that drew us to him (Adrian Martinez) was the amount of games he has played at Nebraska. If you get around Adrian or you…

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