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Back in July, Kansas State senior linebacker Tre Walker made a comment about Texas that surely provided the Longhorns some much-needed bulletin board material. Walker, at Big 12 Media Days, had this to say about playing UT: KSUâ€™s Tre Walker on Texas: â€śThey kind of laid down a little bit. Thatâ€™s nothing to say about their character. Thatâ€™s just what they do.â€ť â€” Mike Finger (@mikefinger) July 22, 2013 Walker apparently doesnâ€™t want there to be any bad blood ahead of this weekâ€™s matchup between the two schools, however. According to Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express News, Walker called Mack Brown to apologize. Brown mentioned such at his press conference today: Mack Brown says KSUâ€™s Tre Walker called him to apologize for the media day comments. Called him â€śa good young man.â€ť â€” Mike Finger (@mikefinger) September 18, 2013 Itâ€™s great to see Walker owning up to his mistake, but I wouldnâ€™t expect the Longhorns to erase the quote from their memories any time soon.
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MANHATTAN, Kan. -- He said what he said, and it was wrong. Or it was taken wrong. Regardless, Tre Walker knows how football omerta works: Once it goes up on the bulletin board, there's no taking it back. You don't get a mulligan on a line drawn in the sand.
That said, the Kansas State Wildcats' senior linebacker would like to, shall we say, clarify things a bit.
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