clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Health, and Joe Hubener's passing are keys for K-State.

A healthy defense and Joe Hubener improving his passing are keys for Kansas State to make a run at the Big 12 title.

Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday saw an uptick in your football dosage, as Luke and Jon kicked things off with FEPO, where-in we learn that Luke hates everything about the SEC's schedule and their gaming of the system.

Jon then riffed on the diamond formation with Silmon, Gronk, and Dimel. I agree wholeheartedly that we need to see more of this formation.

Finally, BracketCat updated the depth chart following the UTSA game. Check out the changes and let us know who you'd like to see get more playing time.

Brandon Chatmon, Big 12 blog writer at, believes the key to Kansas State's Big 12 run is getting Dante Barnett healthy.

Over at the KC Star, Kellis Robinett brings us an update on the pesky short passes, and Joe Hubener's work towards completing more to the receivers and less to the turf.

We're back to talking about Joe Hubener's first start EVER, as Ken Coribitt of the Capital Journal takes a look at Hubener overcoming his first half jitters.

It appears K-State's opponents are not immune to the injury bug either as La. Tech will likely be without starting center Kirby Wixon.

We now have another member of the #FreeJustinSilmon bandwagon as AP writer Tate Steinlage sings Silmons praises and agrees he needs more touches.

Lastly, we don't have the fancy looking headers yet, but this is important news nonetheless, as Baylee Bedard has committed to play soccer at Kansas State University. Bedard is a defender who helped the Rocky Mountain Lobos hold opponents to 18 goals in 17 games.