This hearby ends the KSU/NU series for the foreseeable future at 78-15-2.
Experience the beat down from various angles. Or head to ESPN and watch it all over again!
Hunt. This is not a task I would entrust to Frank Solich or Bill Callahan or most other coaches in America. This task is perfect for Pelini. Some guys cower under duress, some guys lurch out of the thicket and fight. Pelini fights. His teams play better with an edge. They play better when lonely. Why else do they play better on the road than in Lincoln?
You know I have more after the jump.
And what happens when NU goes "full power"?
"When I looked up, he was already 50 yards down the field," K-State cornerback David Garrett said. "I went to the sideline and tried to figure out what was going on and what they were doing so we could do something to stop it. It just happened so fast."
Yep, do it again and beat Texas.
Who wants to keep playing a team that always beats you silly?
Honor Roll for this game.
Taylor Martinez caught the attention of the nation tonight with his arm and with his legs, rushing 15 times for a position-record 241 yards and four touchdowns. Add in a 5 for 7 performance with his arm, and the whole "Martinez for Heisman" campaign got right back up in the saddle.
Don't do it. Yet.
Yeah but isn't exciting to have a player in the discussion? -JL
And a few things left in the bin:
Perhaps nothing illustrates the Wildcats' disdain for Nebraska better than this week's university-wide moratorium on red clothing. After K-State coach Bill Snyder banned red garb in the football complex, students created a "No Red Allowed" Facebook group that unofficially expanded the edict to the entire campus and had more than 7,000 members as of Wednesday.
And the rest of the Big 12 will follow suit..... at least, I'm guessing they will, because it's a pretty good idea. Personally, I hate purple. Unfortunately, my kids' high school main color is purple. I have one purple shirt. I never wear it, unless they force me by hiding all the rest of my shirts. Sometimes they do that. Damn kids. - JJ
We are not bitter towards Nebraska. We just happen to despise you, your classless coach, your money-grubbing chancellor and your obnoxious fans.
The rest of the article is much better, mostly because it's civil. Let's try to stay that way, eh?
The slogan Nebraska chose for the 2010 football season at least one it emblazoned to a poster featuring Bo Pelini; reads "This Season We Finish." Multiple meanings exist, of course.
Kansas and Kansas State are close, easy to travel to wins, and Big Ten teams are so far away. Not a bad article, but we get that already. - JJ