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    K-State down late

    down by 1 in the 4th quarter against Illinois State 17-16



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    we already knew they kinda sucked...lol


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    This coule be a really bad day for the north..... I'm anything but a k-state fan, but two teams going down to far inferior opponents. come on!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 9seven View Post
    This coule be a really bad day for the north..... I'm anything but a k-state fan, but two teams going down to far inferior opponents. come on!
    Yeah.......:Sad:



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    K State just got the lead back by 7 off a Illinois State fumble



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    Kansas State just barely escaped Illinois State 24-23. Yeowch.


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    K-State was really lucky. Their touchdowns were all from special teams and ISU went for two after dominating most of the game. 44 rushing yards, outgained by 150 yards, defense gave up long scoring drives. It didn't sound like it was pretty.

    I think both KSU and CU are going to have a lot of offense problems this year. ISU should be able to win both of those on the road.



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    hehe, anyone watching this Louisville game? Louisvile/KSUck may be uglier than what I even thought.



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    Yep. Pooooor ol' KSU of Bull Snyder Stadium. They will probably beg him to come back to coach. Guess Josh Freeman did not start. Redshirt year?

    Who is better: KSU or Colorado when they play? 3-2 for the score? Guess Mangini is bowl bound already with his schedule.


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    Just saw this in the KC paper...ouch.

    http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansas...s/15428450.htm

    Let’s make no mistake: The school took a major gamble by hiring Ron Prince. He was a 36-year-old offensive coordinator at Virginia. I mean, that was pretty much his whole resume. Well, he did coach Cornell’s running game for two years. He seemed very sharp. He clearly wasn’t overqualified for the job.

    Prince then proceeded to hire a 29-year-old defensive coordinator and a 34-year-old offensive coordinator. Neither had ever been a coordinator before. Neither had ever been coach at a major college football program. In other words, Prince searched America and somehow managed to find two coaches in America who had less experience than he did. The offensive coordinator, James Franklin, coached wide receivers for the Green Bay Packers. The defensive coordinator, Raheem Morris, was the assistant defensive backs coach in Tampa Bay.

    Not to knock the importance of that position, but best I can tell the Chiefs don’t even have an assistant defensive backs coach.

    Prince went for it on fourth down one time and ran the ball on third and long another, showing he can coach conservatively and liberally. Wildcats quarterback Dylan Meier unveiled a fun series of audible signals. At one point, he flapped his arm like a chicken. At another, he made puppet motions with his hands. At yet another, he scraped his right foot in the dirt like a bull getting ready to charge a matador. I kept waiting for him to do that mime thing where he pretended to be in a box.
    Prince went for it on fourth down one time and ran the ball on third and long another, showing he can coach conservatively and liberally. Wildcats quarterback Dylan Meier unveiled a fun series of audible signals. At one point, he flapped his arm like a chicken. At another, he made puppet motions with his hands. At yet another, he scraped his right foot in the dirt like a bull getting ready to charge a matador. I kept waiting for him to do that mime thing where he pretended to be in a box.



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    I kept waiting for him to do that mime thing where he pretended to be in a box.
    lol Best line.



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    Posnanski is awesome. The Royals and Chiefs are my pro teams so I really enjoy reading what he writes.



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