Looking like it should be a nice day on Sat, and I'm hearing that tickets are getting hard to find.
If you want tp probe the depths of a K-State fan you can Ask TB in a fan post. Just be nice, he didn't choose to be a Wildcat, well he did, but he is from Nebraska and some people just have to be different. (Join us TB! Come back to the Red Side it's not too late...)
This is how KSU plans on blocking Suh.
Power Fat Cat. Hmmmm maybe two fat cats would be better?
Steven M. Sipple: Osborne's influence shows Bo's desire to grow
Sipple looks at the relationship between Pelini and Osborne
Practice report: Suh gives line play a failing grade
McNeill is questionable after he got blown up after a catch against KU as well
The run-oriented Kansas State offense is exactly the type of unit that senior defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh would prefer facing.
When Suh's happy, I'm happy. More notes about practice at the link as well-
Among the many conversations Bob Lee had with his son, Zac, about playing quarterback, the former NFL signal-caller once said this: You're not a true quarterback until you've been run out of at least one town.
Zac could have shut down after being benched, but he didn't. That's quality right there folks, and it's another reason this team is on the rise.
Wildcats embrace all-or-nothing attitude - KansasCity.com
Does KSU have more to lose than NU? Will that affect their mindset in the game?
I ADMIT I was wrong to say that people picking Nebraska to win the Big 12 North were "abso-tooting-lutely nuts."
Blow it out your ass. I don't care what you think or what your reasoning is that NU isn't really that good.
Husker Mike's Blasphemy: Nebraska vs. Boise State: Scheduling I Can Believe In
Husker Mike likes the idea of playing Boise State, sometime soon.
Ashtyn Beek of Jefferson City, Mo., writes: A lot of different people and sports websites are predicting Nebraska to meet Stanford in the Holiday Bowl. I think this would be a great match-up between two physical teams, led by two confident, competitive coaches. Suh/Crick vs. Gerhart would be a great battle. Anyway, I can think of Nebraska playing just about everyone from the Pac-10 in recent history, except for Stanford. What's the history between these two teams?
Tim Griffin: These two teams have met only once and it is the fewest times that the Cornhuskers have played any Pac-10 opponent. Their only game came in 1940, when Stanford notched a 21-13 home victory over the Cornhuskers. Also, I agree with you. A matchup between Bo Pelini and Jim Harbaugh would be intriguing. And, the matchup between the bullish Stanford running game and the dominant Nebraska defensive front would be a good one, too.
• Weis Watch. Another sign of Charlie Weis' impending demise: Notre Dame has blocked the university plane from appearing on flightaware.com (see for yourself), a proactive effort at cutting off the breathless surfers intent on tracking its path to Cincinnati or Gainesville or Vatican City or wherever ND's next coach is waiting. That comes on the heels of the athletic director assuring reporters that Weis' huge buyout won't affect whether he stays or goes and the two most notable Irish-centric newspapers both calling for his head almost simultaneously, completing the Holy Trinity of "You're Fired." [South Bend Tribune]
Oh that's not good at all...