Previously on Bring On The Cats: WaggsCat explains exactly how college football can save itself...from itself. PervisPascosTrevellingCircus awoke from his winter hibernation to sum up the crowdsourcing, and crowdsource the UCLA game. Finally, TheBigE somehow managed to preview the Georgia-Kansas State basketball game without going down a dark path, explaining that at this point who care who wins, just play with some effort.
A fun debate: Ranking K-State's DCs under Snyder (Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital Journal)
Wildcat fans from 41 states will be travelling to San Antonio, TX to watch the 'Cats take on the Bruins. (George Walker, The Collegian)
Tom Hayes remembers his time at UCLA, where he spent nine seasons as an assistant coach from 1980-1988, well. (Chris Foster, LA Times)
With a rash of injuries to Kansas State's secondary, Nate Jackson is the next man up. (Ken Corbitt, Topeka Capital Journal)
Tom Hayes is also seeing Kansas State defense coming together for the bowl game. (Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital Journal)
The Lockett name has been a dynasty for Kansas State Football. (Vahe Gregorian, Tulsa World via The Kansas City Star)
Georgia takes on Kansas State at 3 New Year's Eve, and The KC Star has a brief preview.
Foul trouble, lack of toughness, poor rebounding and other problems have doomed Kansas State basketball so far. (Ken Corbitt, Topeka Capital Journal)
A Kansas State basketball team won last night, as the women beat Samford 60-41 to polish off s sterling 10-1 non-conference record. Overall, a great start for Jeff Mittie's first season at the helm.
Just like governors bet food on big bowl games, Luke Thompson and Wildcat 00 have a friendly bet on the outcome of the Mizzou-Minnesota game. If Mizzou wins Wildcat00 must link to a recording of her signing the Mizzou fight song. However, if Minnesota wins Luke must sing the Minnesota on the next podcast. Having listened to both fight songs I can say this, Wildcat Victory is better than both.