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  1. Season report card: Kansas State Wildcats

    David Ubben

    We're grading each Big 12 team's season right now, and we'll move on to the next team on the list: The Kansas State Wildcats. OFFENSE: We've been over this before, but even with a terrible outing against Oregon, there's a case to be made for Kansa...

    Blog | January 14, 2013
  2. Season report card: Kansas State

    David Ubben

    We're offering up grades for each team in the Big 12 after their seasons conclude, so here's a look at how the 10-3 Kansas State Wildcats graded out in 2011. More report cards: Kansas Texas Tech Missouri Texas Baylor Iowa State Ok...

    Blog | February 13, 2012
  3. SoonerNation: Oklahoma Sooners, Texas A&M Aggies Report Card

    Jake Trotter

    Jake Trotter grades the Sooners' performance against Texas A&M

    Story | Conversation | November 05, 2011
  4. SoonerNation: Oklahoma Sooners, Kansas State Wildcats Report Card...

    Jake Trotter

    Jake Trotter grades the Sooners' performance against Kansas State.

    Story | Conversation | October 29, 2011
  5. Gus Malzahn, Brent Venables among top head coaching candidates - ...

    Ryan McGee

    Ryan McGee ranks the top assistants, mid-major head coaches and wild-card candidates who figure to be in the mix for the available college football head-coaching positions at season's end. Included here are Gus Malzahn, Brent Venables and Urban Meyer.

    Blog | Conversation | October 25, 2011
  6. Big 12 North putting dent in South's dominance

    Tim Griffin

    The Big 12 South has dominated the conference for the better part of the past decade. But in 2007, the North swung back -- and with Missouri and Kansas ready for prime time, it appears conference balance may be in the cards.

    Story | Conversation | August 14, 2008
  7. Picks: Cards fly by RU; Hogs edge Vols

    Bruce Feldman

    Stopping the Cards' potent passing attack is key for Rutgers, but in the end Brian Brohm and Co. will be too much to handle, writes Bruce Feldman.

    Story | Conversation | November 09, 2006