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The first half for Kansas State ended just a badly as it started in Thursday night's Fiesta Bowl against Oregon. After the Wildcats were hit with a couple Oregon haymakers in the first quarter that included De'Anthony Thomas' 94 yard kickoff return to start the game, K-State answered with a couple solid scoring drives in the second quarter to get back to within five at 15-10. Kansas State looked as if it might have a chance to take a lead into halftime but their drive stalled and a false start penalty on fourth and one at the Oregon 18 yard…
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In last night's Fiesta Bowl, there was a rare occurrence. For just the fourth time known in college football history, a one-point safety was scored by Oregon against Kansas State. A one-point safety can be scored on an extra point attempt if the team on defense obtains possession of the ball as a result of a turnover such as a blocked kick, interception, or fumble and retreats...
The Lowdown: Let's get right to the down and dirty in this year's Fiesta Bowl. Can Kansas State's defense slow down Oregon's scoring machine? Only one team has been able to do it and that was Stanford in their 17-14 victory over Oregon on November 17th. The Ducks scored at least 40 points in every other game this season and scored 50 points or more seven different...
Chip Kelly took his Oregon Ducks to the Fiesta Bowl last night and made it look easy to beat Kansas State. Kelly’s new offense is something to be dealt with, the Ducks made it look easy to win this football game and there are lots of people wondering if it can be as successful in the NFL. Some of the people who are at the top of the list to talk to Kelly include the new owner of...
This will provide you with all the proof one needs as to why Sports Illustrated called the Oregon Ducks’ De’Anthony Thomas the ‘fastest man in college football’ 11 seconds is all it took to get the Fiesta Bowl scoring started. H/T Diehardsports.com
There was a man in the land of Cleve, whose name was spencerJob96, who was a righteous and just man, and one that feared the football gods, and one that eschewed hully gully football. And there were born to him two teams, with great households, two of the most historic in the midwest. His substance was also seven thousand sheep, and three thousand camels, and five hundred yoke...
For those of you who missed the first fifteen seconds of the 2013 Fiesta Bowl, then you might have missed this long touchdown return by University of Oregon speedster De'Anthony Thomas.
Check out as Thomas speeds past the Kansas State special teams and finds the right corner of the end zone:
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Kansas State and Oregon are battling in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl and we’ve noticed two pretty hot supporters of the Wildcats.
The brunette on the left was in shock after the opening kick-off return for a touchdown by Oregon but that didn’t stop her from giving us a pulled-back look.
The blond on the right is Shalin Spani, the wife of K-State quarterback Collin Klein.
Who is hotter...
I like make butterflies Juan…
Jonathan Stewart and his childhood bestie caught the Oregon Ducks and the whooping they put on Kansas St at the Fiesta Bowl. Looks like J-Stew’s old coach Chip Kelly will be joining his former running back in the NFL this season. The Browns look like the front runner, but Philli and Buffalo are still in the mix.
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Oregon seniors, punter Jackson Rice and long snapper Jeff Palmer talk about the successful 2-point conversion play after De'Anthony Thomas' 94-yard kickoff return for touchdown.
After last night’s Fiesta Bowl, Oregon head coach Chip Kelly made it clear in his post-game interview that he wants everything to move along quickly as he tries to figure where he’s going to be coaching next season.
During his post-game press conference Thursday night, Kelly said he has yet to talk to any NFL teams but is planning on meeting with his agent, David Dunn, on Friday...
Chip Kelly could make the move from Eugene, Oregon to Cleveland
very soon and become the Browns next head coach, according to an
By CRAIG MORGAN
GLENDALE, Ariz. Collin Klein was the picture of dejection following Kansas States 35-17 loss to Oregon on Thursday in the Fiesta Bowl. To his coach, the quarterbacks countenance was no surprise.
"He wears it on his sleeve," Wildcats coach Bill Snyder said. "He wears his faith on his sleeve. He wears his enthusiasm on his sleeve...