Exactly, that's the plan. It's just like the Raiders v. Chiefs. Raiders have a decent QB in Carr & should be able to compete. But they will do what the Raiders typically do against the Chiefs, turnovers or penalties will be the name of the game. Raiders will screw something up & Chiefs will win.
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Welcome Chris Klieman to K-State!
Vegas doesn’t give a rat’s a$$ about respect. The betting public is who is to blame. If you think the line is off, bet the mortgage on KSU. History suggests this will be a less than three point spread - almost a pick’emKSUbetcha wrote: ↑November 30th, 2019, 2:15 pmVEGAS isn't giving us much respect, being a home underdog with the exact same records at 7-4. If our Senior OL comes to play today to open up nice holes & give Skylar time to throw, we'll be sitting pretty IMO. This game will be won in the trenches & on Special teams IMO. Our D needs to limit big plays by Purdy & company.
If Youngblood or Knowles get loose on a return, watch out... could be a highlight on Sportscenter tonight.
Farmageddon will likely be close as always. Purple will reign supreme today!! Go Cats!
“It’s a tremendous challenge. The opportunity exists here today... for the greatest turnaround in college football history. And it’s not one to be taken lightly.” —- Bill Snyder
It's a windy SOB out there.....wonder what kind of havoc that'll play in tonight's game.
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It sure is. I just got home a few minutes ago and checked the current conditions in Dodge. Right now the wind is out of the WNW at a sustained 38-46 mph. I hope it's considerably less in Manhattan tonight, that cross wind is a real sow.