kusports.com. The beaks were 3-9 last year and 1-7 in conference play. Among those losses was the season opener at home where they were dropped 6-3 to FCS North Dakota, who finished a respectable 9-5 but lost to such teams as Northern Iowa, Western Illinois and Missouri State. Only a huge comeback against Colorado prevented the beaks from an 0-8 conference record and the memories of 2007 are further and further in the rear view mirror.
Kansas City. Despite losing that night, the beaks were able to parley that into an Orange Bowl appearance against Virginia Tech, another over rated BCS program. This year the squawks open with 2 cupcakes at home in McNeese State and Northern Illinois before taking their act on the road against Georgia Tech, who will have something to prove after being one of the beaks 3 wins last year. I'm calling for ku to go 2-1 in their non conference schedule, but the over-under for conference wins is 1. In my opinion, the only win they should be expecting, or at least hoping for is against Iowa State, and for ku, it's unfortunate that it's being played in Ames. But somewhere I think they'll win a conference game, and regardless of who it's against it will be something of an upset.
Next time we'll talk about someone else that had a disappointing season last year, but who's hopes should be considerably brighter, the Texas Longhorns.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
|Okie State cutie|
|another receiver torches the beaks|
|Boone Pickens Stadium|
I've kind of been saving my next preview because I think it's going to be a lot of fun to write. We'll travel back up north to take a look at the Tigers most hated rival, the kansas jayhawks.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
|Head man Bill Snyder|
|Willie the Wildcat|
That's all for this week. Next time we'll take a look at another school that plays 2nd fiddle in their own state, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Next time we'll talk about the Baylor Bears.
Friday, May 6, 2011
Next time, we'll talk about another north team, the Kansas State Wildcats and head coach Bill Snyder.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
We'll move to what used to be the south division whipping boy next time and see what's going on at Baylor. Have a great week and please stop by my website and catch up on some current events.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Lots of news from around the new lean Big XII following spring football. We'll start talking about that later this week. First stop, Ames, Iowa and the Cyclones.