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K-State Slate: 10.22.10




Given the ubiquitous criticism he's faced, the headline is appropriate for this one.

two-way player at K-State?  Hell, if any of our running backs can play linebacker, why not give it a shot?

Surprisingly, given that there's a football game tomorrow, that's about it for the football links.  Oh yeah, that might have something to do with Big 12 basketball's media day yesterday.

Get used to this storyline.  As the preseason favorite, K-State now has the target on its back, rather than being the team gunning for the target on others.

The beard is back, baby.  Fear the Beard.

Newcomer Freddy Asprilla dropped an astounding amount of weight during the offseason.  If Asprilla is all he's cracked up to be on the front line with Curtis Kelly, Jamar Samuels and Wally Judge, the Wildcats could have a fearsome frontcourt this season.

Back to football.  With almost zero fanfare, the Big 12 changed the tiebreaker that sent Oklahoma to the conference title game over Texas AND TEXAS TECH two years ago.  I wrote extensively about this at the time, and needless to say I think it's ridiculous.

I've been meaning to post this for days, but kept forgetting.  Rutgers player Eric LeGrand was paralyzed from the neck down last week.  Click this link to wish him well in his recovery.

In Part II of Peter's trip to Lincoln, we are presented with yet more evidence that Nebraska fans are just like everyone else.