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K-State Slate: 10.5.12

Weis breaks down K-State, Wildcats prepared for anything, Tuggle and Childs transform LBs, Snyder killed the rivalry, Hubert carries the load, and McGruder unanimous preseason all-Big 12.

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K-State Football

You won't get analysis like this from Bill Snyder. Charlie Weis gives his scouting report on K-State.

For its part, K-State is prepared for anything from KU. When preparing for a team that ranks last in offensive stats, that's probably a good idea.

Justin Tuggle and Jarrell Childs have transformed the K-State linebacking corps. Let's hope Mr. Tuggle has multiple occasions to meet with Mr. Crist in the backfield on Saturday.

Apparently Charlie Weis did not appreciate this cover page in the University Daily Kansan.

Bill Snyder's success has really killed the rivalry aspect of the Sunflower Showdown. That can happen when you win 17 of 21 games.

John Hubert is carrying the load at running back for K-State. Good press for Hubert between this and Ahearn's post yesterday.

Kevin Haskin and Charlie Weis look back at 1910, when K-State and KU did not face each other on the gridiron.

K-State Basketball

Rodney McGruder is a unanimous selection to the preseason All-Big 12 basketball team. The other unanimous selections were Jeff Withey and Oklahoma State's Le'Bryan Nash (!).

College Football

Texas Christian quarterback Casey Pachall has been suspended after his arrest on suspicion of DWI.

Missouri's savior, Dorial Green-Beckham, and four other Mizzou freshmen have been suspended. DGB was arrested on suspicion of marijuana possession.