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From The Couch – A Win’s A Win, I Guess

From The Couch – A Win’s A Win, I Guess

K-State escaped with a 31-23 victory over Southern Illinois on Saturday night, a night in which starting quarterback Skylar Thompson appeared to suffer a serious knee injury in the first quarter and may be out for the remainder of the season. We probably won’t know for sure until Monday at the earliest. The defense came up big in the second half, holding SIU scoreless and scoring just enough on offense to secure the eight-point victory. Here are some quotes of…

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From The Couch – Down Goes Stanford!

From The Couch – Down Goes Stanford!

I took a trip down to Arlington this weekend with my son and my parents to watch the kickoff classic between K-State and Stanford. It was awesome to see so much purple everywhere! I’d estimate about 25,000 K-Staters made the trip. They were loud, boisterous and extremely happy to see their Wildcats. I got home this afternoon and watched my recording of the game. Here are some highlights, starting with the comments of the ESPN Gameday crew before the game……

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Five Keys To Victory Against Stanford

Five Keys To Victory Against Stanford

Football is back! K-State football returns Saturday to face Stanford in the Allstate Kickoff Classic in Arlington, Texas. The game is set for an 11:00 AM kick and will be broadcast on FS1. The Wildcats are a 2 1/2 point favorite. I tend to agree with the Vegas oddsmakers and believe this one will be close. What does K-State need to do to get the win against Stanford? Here are five keys to victory: 1 – Run the ball successfully….

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Will K-State Be A Power 5 Program Five Years From Now?

Will K-State Be A Power 5 Program Five Years From Now?

It’s been almost a month since the University of Oklahoma and the University of Texas notified the Big 12 of their intentions to leave the Big 12 when the grant of rights expires in 2025. I’ve had a lot of time to sit and stew about this, wondering about the future of the Big 12 and, more specifically, the Kansas State Wildcats. I have a different feeling about it this time than during the first round of conference realignment ten…

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