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October 13, 2010
KUSports.com editor Jesse Newell and KU football beat writer Matt Tait break down KU football's Thursday game against Kansas State.
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Yea, special teams has to be on top for the Jayhawks----you know K-State will be up there in the special teams department.
I am glad you took a risk, Jesse!
Leading tackler---- Steven Johnson-- 8 tackles. Rock Chalk, Jayhawks---beat K-State!
Springer will have 6 tackles!
I'm gonna go with Christian Matthews, running the "Wildhawk" formation for the first time.
either him, or James Sims
Unfortunately, I'm going to go with Lubbock Smith as the top tackler, with Thomas getting into the second level of the Hawk defense a decent amount of times Thursday. It could also mean that the K-State offense is so predictable that KU puts a lot of guys in the box.
Hawk-to-Rock - Justin Springer - 7 tackles
KU - 23
KSU - 20
Hawk to Rock Drew Dudleys day to shine. KU 16 KSU 13 Time for #4 Kande to rock D Thomas.
My hawk to rock is Jordan Webb. His stat line will be near perfection in this game. Bouncing back after a poor performance at Baylor.
The Hawk getting Rocked will be Jordan Webb. KU has a huge matchup problem against KSU DE Brandon Harold. They will need to keep the RB in the backfield to help pass protect, limiting the check-down options for a frosh QB. This will be a long night for the Jayhawks QB; will probably see Pick in the second half.
Hawk To Rock is Jake Laptad and KU 17 KSU 14.
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