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Would be so proud of what Kstate is doing under Klieman!  :emawkid:

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Kansas State Football / Need help from 2010
« on: March 17, 2019, 12:01:24 PM »
Anyone on here have the “Murders Row” T-shirt or picture of it with Willie, Cy, Baylor bear when all three beat Texas football in 2010? Anyone remember that?

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Kansas State Football / Isiah Zuber is my spirit animal
« on: September 15, 2018, 09:23:53 PM »
Who’s yours?

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Kansas State Football / Powercat football: Chip on our shoulder 2018
« on: June 12, 2018, 02:34:34 PM »
They continue to pick Kstate low, Athlon has Kstate 7th in the big 12, and USA Today has them probably right where they should be, just outside the top 25. But isn’t that what the Cats want? Is my point. Every year that Kstate gets picked lower, it plays into Bill and the team having something to prove and they end up surpassing expections. Fall 2018 can’t get here soon enough.


PURPLE GET READY TO ROLL!!!! EMAW

 :lynchmob: :billdance:

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Then Leavitt hangs it up, Venables as hc.  :driving:

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Kansas State Football / Vanier Complex Tour
« on: March 01, 2018, 11:46:29 AM »
Has anyone on here toured Vanier? I’m looking to pak this summer and schedule a tour!  :lynchmob:

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Kansas State Football / FBF: The year...was 2009
« on: February 09, 2018, 06:06:02 PM »
November 7th, 2009 to be exact. Mangino, Ressing and his .69!incher came to town. But Bill and the boys were waiting. DT has 185 yards rushing, and that was the beginning of the end for our little brothers football program. It was quite loud in the Bill that day I recall, and someone had said on the boards that Saturday night, that they could hear the K-S-U chant at midfield all the way to the ville, EMAW! :lynchmob:

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Kansas State Basketball / Enjoy the ride, friends!
« on: January 27, 2018, 04:03:41 PM »
 :ksu: :driving:

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Kansas State Basketball / Opp RPI #s in four game win streak
« on: January 27, 2018, 03:24:44 PM »
TCU 17
BU 99
UGA 57
OU 9

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Kansas State Football / Once again, OB wins
« on: December 01, 2017, 06:17:28 PM »
Over Tennessee John.  :billdance:

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Kansas State Football / Kstate football is hurting
« on: October 18, 2017, 01:40:02 PM »
Season has turned into a pud one, especially with the schedule coming up.  :cry:

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Kansas State Football / Rev Gill marches into Waco, dismantled them Pervs
« on: September 02, 2017, 10:38:23 PM »
 :driving:

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Kansas State Football / Fatty Fest roll call 2017
« on: June 19, 2017, 09:29:45 AM »
 :billdance: count me in.

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 Biggest rough ridin' clown of an AD. Sold us snake oil with Oscar, snake oil that only tucks bought but not I.   :curse: My freshman year we went the the Elite 8 when I had the pleasure of attending that fine institution, now our program is  :Yuck: he is arrogant, ignorant and a punk, who has no business touching our precious football program. Get rid of him Myers!

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Kansas State Football / We will refer to him as QB 1...
« on: September 03, 2016, 04:56:07 PM »
Nothing more nothing less, he is there for there to be mess.
I see him run for he is iowa-y why can't our offense be of a variety....

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How many wins and who you got us beating?  :billdance:

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 :Yuck: Has it been confirmed they wear incense around the neck to cover up the smell?

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 Phil Sims: "he played those years at Kansas State with LHC Bill Snyder, and you know LHC Bill Snyder isn't a walk in the park."
Jim Nantz: "he's a great coach!"
Phil Sims: "he's a tough coach he teaches his guys when then come to the NFL, they are ready to adapt and play well!"

 :emawkid: :billdance:

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Kansas State Football / PURPLE GET READY TO ROLLLL
« on: September 05, 2015, 04:18:02 PM »
 :ksu: take down the Yotes

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Kansas University football coach David Beaty announced three significant changes to the KU football roster on Tuesday and each figures to have a hefty impact on the upcoming 2015 season.

Linebacker Jake Love is retiring from football for medical reasons. Running back Corey Avery and wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman both have been dismissed from the program following indefinite suspensions for violating undisclosed team rules this spring.

No further information for the dismissal was included.

Beaty also announced that incoming freshman Shola Ayinde, a cornerback from Richmond, Texas, will delay his enrollment at KU and has not reported to campus.

As a true freshman in 2014, Avery led the Jayhawks with 151 carries, 631 yards and five touchdowns. Coleman missed most of last season because of discipline issues, but had one of the best 2014 springs of anyone on the roster and always loomed as a potential breakout player. It never quite materialized, however, and in his two seasons with the Jayhawks, the former junior college standout finished with just 245 yards and one touchdown on 11 receptions in 18 games.

Had Avery and Coleman remained on the roster, both would have been strong candidates to lead the Jayhawks in rushing and receiving during 2015.

In addition to the dismissal of two of the offense's top weapons, the loss of Love takes away another sure starter on defense. Love, who graduated with a communications degree in May, finished fourth on the team with 53 tackles in 2014. Those numbers included three sacks — good for second on the team — and 9.5 tackles for loss.

During his KU career, the Tonkawa, Oklahoma, native, who red-shirted in 2011, finished with 107 tackles while often playing in the shadows of future NFL draft pick Ben Heeney.

“When I think of Jake Love, I think of a hard-nosed, tough, physical football player,” Beaty said in a press release. “We are going miss his leadership and tenacity on the field, but we will also miss having a guy out there with the experience he has playing in the Big 12. With that said, nothing is more important than his health and him being able to have a long, productive future outside of football. I am really happy he got his degree and we wish him the best as he moves forward.”

In the release, Love also expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to play KU football for the past four seasons.

“I have met so many amazing people on this journey and consider many of them family,” he said. “Unfortunately, I have been advised not to play football anymore due to medical reasons. I am thankful that KU has given me the option to start working on my master’s degree in the fall and it’s something I look forward to.

“I wish coach Beaty and his staff nothing but the best moving forward and will be cheering from the stands come September 5. I (also) would like to thank the fans who have supported me through thick and thin and my parents who have been there for me since day one.”

The loss of three front-line players with legitimate experience certainly qualifies as another blow to an already-thin KU team. Because of failed junior-college transfer experiments during the past few seasons, the Jayhawks will open the season with at least a dozen fewer scholarship players than most schools and will attempt to fill the void by developing and using walk-ons to add depth.

Beyond that, those players who have played a meaningful number of snaps during their college careers, in most cases, were reserves or role players and never have been counted on as leaders or go-to guys.

That may hinder KU's chances to keep up, especially against Big 12 Conference foes, but Beaty will not allow the depleted roster to keep the Jayhawks from competing as hard as possible on a weekly basis.

“The number one thing I was looking for when we started looking at our needs, was roster management — getting the depth that we need and still getting the type of players that we need,” explained Beaty shortly after being hired. “But you've gotta have the depth. You might have the best player in the world, but if he gets hurt and there's air behind him how are you gonna play the game?”

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Kansas State Football / The roar will echo the flint hills...
« on: November 25, 2014, 01:05:56 PM »
A 61 degree afternoon friends, this Saturday, EMAW VS SQUAKS, Kstate will knock the eff off their pants!!
:lynchmob:

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Kansas State Football / Beat the pants off ole Boone Pickens
« on: October 30, 2014, 11:02:45 PM »
The wells of stilly have run dry
There is something that's gone a rye
There maybe something really dry
Why is okie really fry.....

 :emawkid:

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Essentially Flyertalk / Winters get well thread..
« on: October 16, 2014, 03:15:47 PM »
We will set up a medical fund!  :emawkid:

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Kansas State Football / By the score, reboot the ole predicto machine: ISU
« on: September 04, 2014, 11:34:33 AM »
I say Cats by 20  :Carl:

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