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The Manhattan Mercury’s beat writer returns to help us break down the Central Arkansas win and look ahead to what we can expect the rest of the season

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Kansas State v TCU
DJ Reed’s efforts on defense and special teams could go a long ways towards determining just how good Kansas State is this season.
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Like the rest of us, friend of the podcast and veteran K-State beat writer Joel Jellison saw a lot of good things in Saturday’s 55-19 win over Central Arkansas. But there are also some reasons for concern, notably the inexperienced linebackers and their ability to stop the run.

We took a closer look at what went wrong and what went right, then tried to figure out what it means for the rest of the season. The future looks bright, although we tried to use some caution in projecting too much from a game against an FCS team that put 8 or 9 guys in the box every time K-State’s offense snapped the ball.


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