Yesterday, Gracey Terrill brought us the report of Jordan Willis accepting an invitation to the Senior Bowl.
For obvious reasons early enrollment to Kansas State helps high school athletes transition to the rigors of college and college football, giving that kid a higher chance of starting as a true freshman. That’s part of the logic behind Wyatt Hubert’s decision to graduate early and begin his time at Kansas State this spring. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)
Yesterday, a few commenters on this site discussed the terrible non-conference schedule Kansas State has this season, and make no mistake it’s horrific. The Wildcats currently sit on a smoking hot
garbage RPI of 118, with an even more impressive 316th place ranking in strength of schedule. The goal of scheduling such a gauntlet was confidence. Let’s hope this schedule has given this team plenty of confidence, because the level of opponents play in the Big 12 is a drastic jump over the likes of Hampton, Robert Morris, and Prairie View A&M. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)