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Gameday Cram Session: Kansas State

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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KU_FanSince75 9 years, 4 months ago

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!

Andy Hess 9 years, 4 months ago

I'm gonna go with Christian Matthews, running the "Wildhawk" formation for the first time.

either him, or James Sims

Jennifer Nikkila Pressgrove 9 years, 4 months ago

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.

Scott Oswalt 9 years, 4 months ago

Hawk-to-Rock - Justin Springer - 7 tackles

John Beck 9 years, 4 months ago

Hawk to Rock Drew Dudleys day to shine. KU 16 KSU 13 Time for #4 Kande to rock D Thomas.

TenaciousD 9 years, 4 months ago

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.

Bodonna 9 years, 4 months ago

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.

Annette Lee 9 years, 4 months ago

Hawk To Rock is Jake Laptad and KU 17 KSU 14.

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