Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle and The Kansas City Star takes you inside Kansas State sports.
Sunday Rewind: K-State 41, Iowa State 7
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Sophomore quarterback Daniel Sams and the Kansas State Wildcats played their most complete games of the season against Iowa State. At the moment, Kansas State is in a class of its in within the Big 12.
The Wildcats are clearly better than the conference’s struggling teams. They have blown out West Virginia and Iowa State and they will be favored against TCU and Kansas. As long as they take care of business against the Horned Frogs and Jayhawks they will reach bowl eligibility.
But the Wildcats also appear a notch below the conference’s contenders. They have already lost to Texas, Baylor and Oklahoma State. They are three-point underdogs against Texas Tech and they will likely be underdogs against Oklahoma. They probably need to beat the Red Raiders to have any chance of finishing in the top half of the Big 12 standings.
A 41-7 clobbering of Iowa State proved the Wildcats are improving. They have won back-to-back games, and their defense has gotten better each and every week. They will have momentum and confidence on their side when they head to Texas Tech, fresh off its first two losses, next week. Can they take advantage and once again prove their progress? Or will they stay where they are?
It will be an important game.
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