Carlos Strickland was the second #11 to be featured in BracketCat’s countdown to kickoff, while Blake Lynch marks 10 days until Kansas State Football! The Bring On The Cats position preview continued as well, with JT examining the running backs.
Even though Jesse Ertz has yet to throw a pass during his Wildcat career he still enters this season as the presumptive starter for Kansas State. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)
The unproven QB position contrasts starkly with Kansas State’s secondary, which returns one of the best young corners in the Big 12, Duke Shelley. And while only a true sophomore coaches have come to expect big things from the young corner. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
With the departure of Travis Britz, redshirt freshman Trey Dishon looks to make an impact at the defensive tackle position. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)
7-5. That’s beat writer, Kellis Robinett’s prediction of where Kansas State will finish at the end of the season. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
Kansas State is currently in the midst of a 27 game sell-out streak, but that hasn’t stopped the University and Athletic Department from continuing to upgrade the facility to provide the best fan experience. (Delaney Hiegert, Capital Journal)
Even though K-State soccer has struggled in recent matches, excitement for the team and the season is high. (Shelton Burch, The Collegian)
Finally, late last night the Wildcats secured a verbal commitment from 3 star DB Joshua Brown out of Fairburn, GA.