Luke Thompson got us started yesterday with a look back at K-State Soccer’s recent performances. jeffp171 then debuted this seasons first Transitive Property Report. If you haven’t already, you need to go check it out. The graphs and tables are a lot of fun to play around with. Finally, Derek and Jon teamed up to report on Derek’s video with Jordan Willis, where-in he speaks about the state of Kansas State’s defense.
The Big 12’s leading rusher D’Onta Foreman will have a tough time against the Big 12’s top rushing defense. (Kevin Haskin, Capital Journal)
The only team to sport a winning record against Texas? That would be Kansas State, and the Wildcats will look to extend that streak on Saturday. (Chase Shannon, Kake.com)
The original depth chart remains unchanged at the quarterback position, with Jesse Ertz a firm number one, Joe Hubener a shaky number two, and Alex Delton a distant number three. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)
Kansas State doesn’t get into many huge recruiting battles, but when they do they are memorable. Especially, with a player as good as Zach Shackelford. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
A view from the other side. The Dallas Morning News gives Texas fans a primer on five things to know about Kansas State. (Ezra Siegel, Dallas Morning News)