Luke and Jon remind us that there is still college football to be watching as they gave us their latest bowl picks.
A basketball game was played yesterday. Which means today you can all read Eric's recap of last night's action.
Bill Snyder is a special person as all Wildcat fans know. Many people outside Wildcat nation know this as well, thanks to Bill Snyder's unique habit of writing letters. (Jake Trotter, ESPN.com)
Charmeachealle Moore has been on a tear recently, including a career high 17 tackles in the win over West Virginia. That career game almost didn't happen after Moore's father passed away. Rather than quit, Moore rededicated himself to honoring his father's memory by playing as hard as he can on the field. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
Morgan Burns had four kick-off returns for a touchdown. The team that plays it's home games at the Liberty Bowl, Memphis, hasn't had one in 19 years. So while Burns is listed as a corner-back on the roster, his biggest impact is felt as the kick-off return specialist. (Phil Stukenborg, The Commercial Appeal)
Yesterday, Eric Bolin scouted the offense. Today, he examines the defensive match-ups for this Saturday's Liberty Bowl. (Eric W. Bolin, Arkansas News)
It might be time to replace #fireseansnyder with #hireseansnyder, as Sean Snyder was named the Special Teams Coordinator of the Year by FootballScoop. Snyder beat out finalists Jay Boulware (Oklahoma), Ed Foley (Temple) and Kelly Poppinga (BYU). (Zaldy Doyungan, KSNT)
Kansas State needed a balanced team effort in order to pull away from the Saint Louis Billikens. (Tony Adame, Wichita Eagle)
Tony Adame also gave us video of the post-game press conference. (Tony Adame, Wichita Eagle.)