The sun came up yesterday, and so did Bracket's profile of our very own fourth string long-snapper, Clayton Johnson.
For every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction, and Pete Fiutak of the Charleston Daily Mail serves as the opposite to Bill Connely's K-St(h)aterade yesterday. The guy has the cajones to go on the internet, sit in front of a camera, and tell the citizens of Earth that Kansas State will win ten (!) games next year... In football. Not basketball. Ignoring all the drugs this guy is probably smoking, I might be able to talk myself into believing this sentiment. Looking back at the 2013 season (which is the closest thing to a mirror image we will get), we were two wins shy of ten victories at 8-5. Replace North Dakota State with South Dakota, switch the Oklahoma State and TCU results around, throw in a win against Texas/Oklahoma and a bowl victory, and you got a stew goin'. Unfortunately, that's about as good as it could possibly get barring some 2011 craziness, and seven victories is about as much as I would be willing to put my name next to.
SportsCenter will be in a Topeka near you to cover the World Horseshoe Pitching Tournament on Saturday. Bill Snyder will be on television, along with three-time defending men's horseshoes champion Alan Francis, Travis Kelce of the Chiefs, and Michael Wilhoite of the 49ers as guests of that night's show.