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The Kansas State Wildcats once again travel to the state of Texas, this time to face off against the Baylor Bears. A win in Waco would earn K-State it's second ever Big 12 championship in football and lock up a BCS bowl berth.
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Well college football fans, you knew this day was coming. You didn’t know when, where or how it’d hit, but you knew at some point, all college football common logic would go to hell and BCS chaos would ensue.
Finally, it happened Saturday. And no place was the college football world flipped on its head quite like it was in Waco, TX.
That’s because while Oregon...
Collin Klein and Kansas State are two wins away from almost certainly playing for the school's first national championship.
The second-ranked Wildcats (10-0) are headed to Texas for the second Saturday night in a row. This time they play Baylor (4-5), which is still trying to get bowl eligible after losing its Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback to the NFL.
The Wildcats, No...
Kansas State Wildcats took their number one ranking and Heisman hopes to Waco Texas. The trip was not good. The offensive play of the Wildcats was bad. And the BCS ended the day in an ugly mix up. The final score was 52-24. The win was epic. The loss was catastrophic. While the moment was too big for the Wildcats' it seemed just right for the Bears. The Bears came...
We came into this week of college football with three undefeated teams sitting at the top of the BCS rankings. It started to unravel when the seven o'clock games started. Kansas State traveled to Baylor and the Bears just seemed to have their number as they never trailed and pulled away in the third quarter. After the Bears put away the Wildcats, all the eyes turned to the Oregon...
The game was not sealed early, and Kansas State did show more fight than the 52-24 score shows. But failed offensive opportunities allowed Baylor to crush the Wildcats in the end.
The best and worst of college football was on display Saturday from thrilling upsets (Stanford over Oregon, Baylor over Kansas State), newfound...
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