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Bring on the PodCats with Allen Kenney

Kansas State faces a stiff test Saturday against the Big 12’s most dominant team, but Allen Kenney tries to tell us that although the Sooners are even better than expected, they’re not quite invincible.

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Oklahoma v Texas
Kansas State will need to greatly improve its tackling in order to stop this guy on Saturday.
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Kansas State’s toughest test of the season awaits on Saturday, so we invited Allen Kenney of Crimson and Cream Machine and Athlon Sports to help us break down Oklahoma’s strengths and weaknesses. Yes, there actually are a few weaknesses. Mostly, though, the Sooners bring a much-improved defense and another dynamic offense led by quarterback Jalen Hurts, who also happens to be the team’s leading passer. CeeDee Lamb provides another frighteningly good wide receiver for K-State’s strong pass defense to try and contain.

Oklahoma appears destined for a playoff appearance, but we asked Allen if he could foresee any scenario where the Sooners go undefeated and get left out. He also shared his thoughts on Lincoln Riley’s future and why he believes Chris Klieman is the right fit for Kansas State, potentially for the long-term.

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