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Bring on the PodCats with Cowboys Ride For Free

Micah Allen joins the podcast again to help us learn why Oklahoma State looks like the Big 12’s best team.

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Tylan Wallace is the best wide receiver Kansas State will face this season and with apologies to Jonathan Adams, it’s not particularly close.
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OK, so we probably didn’t need Micah Allen to tell us what makes First Team All-Big 12 performers Chuba Hubbard and Tylan Wallace so great. But the Cowboys Ride For Free editor-in-chief offers some valuable insight into how OSU defensive coordinator Jim Knowles built one of the conference’s best units, led by a talented secondary, and why Spencer Sanders’ Achilles Heel could play right into the strengths of an opportunistic Kansas State defense.

We also delved into what it’s like to appreciate Mike Gundy as a head coach but also be a little disgusted by him as a human, especially after 2020’s off-the-field controversies. Micah says his job’s perhaps not as secure as what you might think, given his record over 16 seasons in Stillwater.

You can follow Micah on Twitter at @micahallen18 and be sure to read her work at CRFF.

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