Kansas State Post-Game

The One that Didn’t Get Away

After further review, I think a case can be made that the Longhorn’s win over Kansas State was as much a step forward for them as was their win over Oklahoma.  In awful conditions, against a team that has been the Horns’ nemesis for the last decade, they found a way to win a game that they are better known for losing.

One Column Week

You’ve heard of a “three dog night,” now I give you a “one column week.”  See you Friday with all my up-to-the- minute thoughts on the Longhorns in my Iowa State Pre-Game column.

Over/Under Results

David Frink, who was one of the 40,000 or so to brave a torrential downpour and cheer on the Longhorns versus Kansas State, took home his first Over/Under victory of the season last week with nine correct answers. The alliterate ones, Reed Ramlow and Wade Wallace tied for second with eight correct.

The Oklahoma win not only invigorated the Longhorns, it also rekindled participation in Over/Under with the second largest turnout of the season for the Kansas State contest.

Remember, if you don’t play, you can’t win.

HooK ‘eM,


1 Comment to “Kansas State Post-Game”

  1. I am humbled to be a winner. I was soaked watching the victory. May be the least-talented Kansas State team in history. Hoping to see more of the same from Iowa State and Kansas. 🙂

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