Star Struck: Ted McKnight and the Rapid Rise & Fall of K-State Football

What a difference a week makes…

Sunday before last, a

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4 Responses to Star Struck: Ted McKnight and the Rapid Rise & Fall of K-State Football

  1. Anonymous says:

    Again, like I’ve posted on Greg’s blogs all football season, NO K-State fans who are based in reality think this past season was a ‘dream season’, ‘spectacular’ or ‘the stuff of fairy tales’. Nobody is saying the 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2003-type teams are back.

    Real K-State fans are excited because-

    1. There is some sense of order back in Manhattan, after 3 years of disarray.

    2. Despite being picked last or next to last by just about all the local media ‘experts’ because they had no established QB or RB and a ton of JUCO players on D, they controlled their own destiny in the North and a bowl bid on the last day of the season…blowing EVERYONE’S expectations out of the water

    (note: don’t tell me it cheapens what K-State did because KU or MU or anyone is ‘down’. Do MU’s great seasons the last two years mean less because K-State and Nebraska were ‘down’ or OU humiliated them twice in the Big XII games? No, it doesn’t).

    3. They have a good nucleus of players coming back next year, despite a tougher schedule. They’ll be improve over this season and probably be back in a bowl with 7-8 wins. National title? No, but improving.

    PS- who gives a $hit what Ted McKinght thinks? Tell him to stick to D-II ball.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Did you fall and hit your head Hearne?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ptolemy Says:
    November 25th, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    Did you fall and hit your head Hearne?

    Not to worry, he fell on his own driveway so it didn’t really happen.

  4. Anonymous says:

    With that schedule, KSU won’t win six next year. No bowl game for the kitties.
    Three straight non-bowl seasons for Snyder–the first two of them coming after a Big 12 title. Nobody wasted their lone conference championship more than KSU. Looks like 2003 was the fluke…

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