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The Running Game Will Need to Carry K-State Against TCU.

Balance is a good thing on offense, but the Wildcats will need the rushing attack to shoulder most of the offensive load.

NCAA Football: Kansas at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports


Yesterday, JT examined the bowl outlook for the Big 12, and predicted the Cats to play in either the Liberty Bowl (for the second straight season) or the Texas bowl.


While the Wildcats finally seem to be leaning heavily on the running game, it’s not a good idea to go overboard. That’s something to keep in mind as the ‘Cats lack of balance allowed KU to stack the box in the second half and that contributed to the Wildcats inability to blow the game open like it has in previous years. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Our Frienemies over at Rock Chalk Talk took a look at the stats in their recap of the Sunflower Showdown, and it wasn’t all bad for the school down the river. (mikeville, RCT)

Bill Snyder had his weekly press conference yesterday, and decided it was time for his annual “College football has sold out” speech. (Andrew Astleford, SEC Country)

Finally, both TCU and K-State have traveled a similar path this football season, with both teams losing close games, which if won, would have given the season a much more rosy feel. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)


It’s be covered here at Bring on the Cats already, but here is the official release from K-State regarding the volleyball team hosting the first round of the NCAA tournament. (