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  1. He did well considering he never has played in a game since 2020. Before the game he set a goal of a 50% completion rate and he accomplished that. As a coaching staff, we will keep hounding him to not make terrible decisions in the pocket but he will get much better as we continue down this season.
  2. WEEK 1 POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCE: BYU The Cats keep it close but BYU broke enough big plays to win. I'll give props to anyone who can guess this player (83). Swipet: "Starting off, our team did a fantastic job in the first half. The offense was adapting to another defense after going against the same guys since January and i feel like we had the right game plan for them to take advantage. The defense played their asses off and if you take away the two long runs by the BYU running back, they would have held them to 10 points. That's a major improvement after last year. The reason we scheduled another team in the same talent ballpark as us for the first game of the season is to try to evaluate ourselves and see where we improved over the course of the off-season." "This game was a fantastic measuring stick for our team as they got to hit someone else instead of themselves for the first time in months and we found out some things that we would have not found out in practice. One random shout out to our assistant coaches as they just gave me the entire game analysis that tells me the good, the bad, and the ugly of today's game even before i walked into this room. Those five coaches bust their asses off in practice to find each players weakness and put that player in the worst situation possible in an effort to make their weaknesses stronger. It's no surprise to anyone that we still have a long ways to go and we will focus on those in preparation for Louisiana Lafayette. I will now answer any other questions that the media may have."
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    [2022] Week #1 - Saturday Afternoon

    Close one Memphis! Glad about how you almost pulled that one out but LSU came back and won it. Memphis is definitely a force in the American West this year.
  4. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: BAYLOR Will they win a game this season? Probably What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? I think our biggest gain is experience. Both myself and the team. We are older at the skill positions and I think our offense will take a step forward. Our biggest loss is at OT. I'm not sure if we will be able to replace that this year but we will look to work around it. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? Scare is a strong word. The Big 12 is a gauntlet from front to back. TCU is an easy pick here but many of the teams will look to take a step forward this year with new coaches and improved rosters. Succeeding a Baylor legend like Tuscan can be a huge compliment and a massive task. How are you going to handle this? One game at a time. I'm sure I can't do that with one season but this season will definitely be a good gauge on whether I can live up to the Baylor Bear quality both in recruiting and in game planning Looking at your depth chart, there are some positions like MLB with 2 future NFLHC players and then you don't even have a 4th cornerback. How do you plan to balance this skill gap between positions? We will definitely look to rely on our strong linebacking core. It has been a strength for us last year and we will look for another great year. We are going to look to get after the QB and use our strengths to make things difficult. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I think 8-5 with a bowl win would be a good goal for us. I think TCU and OK State in a rematch.
  5. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: IOWA STATE Can @Minnowsotan's team "Catch" up to the competition? Haha did you see what i did there? What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? I would say our biggest gain was being able to recruit depth during the off-season. This off season Iowa State brought in the most recruits in school history filling the 22 graduating players from the previous year. This also transitions into our biggest loss, Despite us keeping Skill players in our QB Vaughn Sheppard, and Running back Kofi McCullough. We suffered a lot in our Offensive Line, We lost both of our offensive guards, our center, and our right tackle from graduation. We also saw the loss of ball-hawk David Tolliver. Most of the team is here but a lot of young guys are gonna have to step up this year to fill the gaps of our former players. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? Looking at the schedule I would have to say that TCU scares me the most, Iowa State has never in the history of the sim beat TCU. TCU is the only team that we are winless against in the Big 12. Its not going to be an easy match up this year either. TCU had a top 5 recruiting class and is in the process of having a national championship caliber team. It will take a lot to beat them but we have surprised teams before. How do you expect Vaughn and Kofi to perform this season after their freshman debut's? I expect great things out of Sheppard, he showed great promise as a true freshman and played better than any other freshman QB has played for ISU. Kofi McCullough is going to be a target for most teams' defenses and I cant blame them he was the recipient of the Big 12 Freshman of the year award, and he has improved from last year. Vaughn Sheppard will take most of the load off of him and help him lift that target off of McCullough's back. Being in Big10 country with Iowa and Nebraska down the road, how is it different recruiting against those schools that the rest of the conference will usually not compete with Big10 teams for recruits? Being in Big 10 country has posed some threats. This past year Iowa beat me fair and square in recruiting. Recruiting in Iowa is different because it's a small recruiting pool in Iowa, maybe in a good year a top of the line player comes from central Iowa. In Iowa two if not more teams fight over this small pool of players until only 3.5s and lower are left. Most of the recruiting it seems like teams flood these smaller markets and hope to stronghold the in state recruits from teams like Iowa and Iowa State. You are forced to defend your home turf. Sometimes it works and sometimes it does not work. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I would be happy if we saw improvement over last year coming off of a 3 win season it was disappointing considering all the talent we had. I see us going 8-4 or 7-6 at the least. I see TCU and Kansas battling it out in the Big 12 national championship
  6. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: WEST VIRGINIA Looks like @smckenz3 is teaching his defense how to tackle effectively What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? It's hard not to answer this with the 14 pro potential guys we brought in during this recruiting cycle, however; I'll go with QB Martin Lake. Quarterback play was out weakest point last season, so having a guy with the talent of Lake should really get the team going in the right direction. I think our biggest loss will be RB Mohamed Mustafa. He was a 4 year starter at running back and filling his shoes is going to be difficult. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? Probably Missouri. I know they lost Dowden and Lattermore, but they have a really strong defense and a quarterback with a ton of talent. We're going to have to play our best game, which is a tall order for game one with new starters at every skill position. How do you think your team will respond after finishing in last place of the conference?I fully expect the team to continue down the path towards contention. We lost a lot of close games last year and I think we'll get some this season. Will your program finally get some consistency after the high of 2020 and the low of 2021?Yes - I think we all knew 2021 had the potential to be a difficult year if we had early declarations from 2020. We had a decent recruiting class in 2020 and a really good class last season so we're knocking on the door of contention again. We're going to do our best to bring in another good class this season, get the most of our our guys, and help them to play their best football. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. Obviously our goal is to make a bowl, so we're going to aim for that. We need our freshman to step up to make the possible. As far as the conference I think TCU and OU are the teams to beat right now.
  7. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: T.C.U "Put relevant caption here that fits the picture" What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? Let’s start with biggest loss, because I think that’s an easier question to answer. I think that really has to be none other than free safety Matthew Dyson, who has moved on to the Bengals. He was a four year starter and an absolute staple of our roster, dating back to the 11-3 2018 team. He started in three Big XII championship games. The only players to ever do that are him and his teammates Adriel Sierra and Shamar Burroughs. While those are two losses as well, they’re somewhat mitigated by the amount of talent we have at each of those positions. At free safety, we have a young guy who I’m very excited about - Ian Worley - but he’s still got a lot to learn. Luckily the players surrounding him will have a lot of experience and hopefully he can get adjusted quickly. We’ll definitely be feeling the Dyson loss for a while, though. He was such a leader and an excellent player. As for our biggest gain, i don’t actually want to say who I’m thinking of because it’ll get to his head. *laughs* But it’s definitely Patrick Ross. I talk a lot about my players and I really try to sell them, but believe me when I tell you this - he’s the best player to enter this program since Daquan Darcey. On most other teams in the country, he’s going to be a number 1 corner and competing for awards. We get the luxury of playing him in the slot. Every day on the field he surprises us. He can run with Griff, he can high point balls over Finn, and he can tackle anyone. That being said, he does have a lot to learn as far as scheme goes. Physically, however, I’ve never seen anything like him. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? I think that has to be an easy choice, now doesn’t it? As much respect as I give the teams in the Big XII, it has to be Auburn. They’re simply loaded year in and year out and they will be a tough out. On top of that, we play them opening night so they’ll be difficult to prepare for. Marcus Black is the best player in the country and I see him winning the Heisman this year. That being said, I can’t wait for the game. Bright lights in an NFL stadium. The entire country tuning in. Starting the year off with the biggest game. It’s going to mean a lot. Luckily I learned last year that my guys don’t fold under pressure. They’ve been here before. They did it at USC. They did it against LSU. They did it in the Big XII championship. They did it in the playoffs. Hopefully they can do it again, but it won’t be easy. What kind of black magic do you perform to get those sweet sweet croots? Turns out that Horned Frog blood has some really interesting properties. Did you know they shoot it out of their eyes? Makes it easy to collect and then spike the recruits drinks with. But seriously, while I appreciate the complement, there’s no magic to it. I’ve said it before, but you have to find a way to sell your program. Make it a place that players want to play. Find guys who are getting overlooked and bring them on board. Generate excitement. Even when I got here and we weren’t a winning program, I made TCU a place players wanted to play. Alex Engram was a star in our wildcat offense. We were 4-8 but a damn fun team to watch. Now we’ve evolved past that. Now we’re winning so we don’t need the gimmicks. Now players come here because they’ve seen what people before them have done and they know that in this system they can succeed too. Continuity in coaching helps a significant amount in that regard. If you were to suddenly become the coach of another team and you had to play TCU, how would you game plan against a team thats oozing with talent? Ha ha. Well, wouldn’t you like to know? Editors Note: Yes please In reality, I wouldn’t worry too much about the game plan at all. Don’t get me wrong, it does matter. The problem is that when you’re facing a team without many holes, there’s nowhere to gameplan to and exploit. You can’t spend the whole week trying to think of ways to trick the other team and outscheme them. When you play talented, disciplined players, that simply won’t work over the course of 60 minutes. So what do you do? Focus on execution. Play your game. The one you know and have worked on all summer. Yeah, you can throw some wrinkles in there, but at the end of the day football comes down to who makes the plays and you have to make sure that your team is ready to do that. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I really hate this question because I know what I want to say, you know what I want to say, and I know I’ll sound bad for saying it. But I’m going to predict 12-0. We’re a better team than we were last year when we went 11-1. If we get past Auburn, we’ll be in really good shape. I’m sure we can stumble somewhere along the way, but I have a confidence in this team that I haven’t had in any before. As for the Big XII title game, I think we’ll be seeing another rematch against Oklahoma State. They’re good. Texas will be good soon. Oklahoma is probably good now. But Oklahoma State already knows how to win and that will take them a long way.
  8. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: TEXAS TECH Solomon is back and that makes @acewulf happy What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? Without a doubt, our biggest loss this offseason is Chase Shapiro. While he never was really a guy to set the world on fire through the air, his leadership and poise will definitely be missed as we try and find the answer to replace him under center. We like a lot of our younger guys, but his dual threat ability at times will definitely be missed this season. Our biggest gain is one of 2 guys. Both JUCO transfers. One on either side of the ball. Samir Sample and Graham Beck are easily the biggest additions for the Red Raiders this season. Beck brings one of the biggest receiving threats for the Raiders since Eugene Sanders. We hope his older leadership will help us as we transition to a new QB this season. A huge position of need, we were incredibly excited to see him favor us in JUCO. And the most versatile player we got in JUCO is the smaller Defensive End, Samir Sample. We love his size and fit for him next to our other star DE Curtis Jones. We are also experimenting with him as a pass rushing LB to try and get more nasty pass rushers on the field curing those crucial 3rd downs. We're incredibly excited for both of these guys. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? Not going to lie, half the conference scares me at times. I've kinda gotten to be an anxious coach at times and this season is no exception. The conference didn't send too much talent to the league, but that's because they're all still here! I can't really pinpoint one specific team because so many teams on my schedule are scary. Just way too much talent here. Make them all graduate already and let me keep my guys  What is the absolute maximum thing you will do to keep Solomon in 2023? On the field, we just need to win baby. Keeping Solomon is not going to be easy, but if we can win a lot and keep him happy and interested in playing in Lubbock, I think we can convince him to stay. But I will say, he's had a lot of carries in his time here. I actively encourage him to go chase his dreams and get those checks. He's playing on Sunday and I couldn't be happy for him, even if he goes early. He deserves it hands down. In this last week, there has been a viral video of a man fornicating with freshly made tortillas in the Mission tortilla factory and you have been rumored to be the person? Any comments on that? I plead the 5th. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I don't have a hard schedule prediction, but I can see us winning a few games we shouldn't on paper. I'd look for us to finish somewhere in the middle of the conference and to make another bowl game. This is a fairly talented and older, experienced team. If everything gels, this could be a fun season with plenty of things to be excited about as a Red Raider fan! If I had to predict it, TCU is a heavy favorite to make the title game. So its hard to vote against them. Texas, OU and OSU are all fairly talented teams. If I had to pick one of those, its hard to not pick against OU. They lost some big pieces, but with those Offensive pieces its hard to pick against them. Not going to pick a winner though. TCU-OU for the title game. Wish I could homer it up and say Texas Tech, but there's just too much talent around the conference for us to be in there.
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    [2022] Recruits on Interface

    On the spreadsheet the Bowl Challenge and Conference Prestige points are both zero for everybody. So are they still in play for this season? Edit: Bowl Challenge points are posted, they are just too far down on the sheet
  10. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: KANSAS @stormstopper tries to build on last years 9 win season and challenge for the BigXII Title What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? Losing Bradley Spurlock is gonna hurt. I still think we've got a very fine secondary coming back, I wouldn't trade it for anyone else's, but Bradley was a playmaker starting his true freshman season. I've coached a lot of really good cornerbacks, guys who starred on Saturday and played on Sunday--he's the best one I've ever had the pleasure of coaching. But we have to look forward. I'm gonna cheat a little bit and say there are two things we gain. The first is Walter Munoz, who's earned a starting spot at left tackle as a true freshman. Only other player who's done that while I've been here is Ben Goode. But I think the bigger gain is the year of experience and preparation that most of these guys gained, and that's particularly true for Christian Graham. We're fortunate enough to return a lot of people who've played a lot of snaps. We don't have to make a ton of systemic changes. With any luck we'll be able to hit the ground running and just play the way we know how to play. It took me six years to learn the value of continuity, and this is the most we've had in a little while. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? Who scares us? We're the Kansas frickin' Jayhawks. We made our mark on the college football world by showing no fear, giving no quarter, hunting in broad daylight, and beating teams we were never supposed to beat. So there's nobody on our schedule who could possibly scare us. In fact, I think all 12 teams we play should be scared of us. A few local scouts described your recruiting tendencies last season as "All in with no backup plan". What do you have to say about that? We landed a pair of game-changers in Walter Munoz and Shaq Stewart, as well as plenty of contributors all over the field. I don't believe in back-up plans, just differing opportunities depending on the situation. Sure, that's coachspeak or whatever--but what I mean is that everyone is here because their presence makes this team better, and everyone on this roster is going to have a fighting shot to do exactly that. And we're always going to pursue any playmaker we can when the opportunity is right, which is something I think we did a good job of last year even beyond our top two guys. A rumor around the site is that you hold 3 newspaper reporters hostage, forcing them to write material for the site. Are these allegations true or do you actually write them yourself? I deny holding exactly 3 newspaper reporters hostage. Editors Note: The FBI has been alerted of Storms vague comments and is investigating into the matter. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I can tell you I've been dead wrong on what record I've predicted for us more often than not. Last year I wasn't sure we were even a bowl team, and we pulled through and won 9 games. This year I think we've got some major concerns to address that we didn't have last year, but the major concerns of last year have been assuaged somewhat. Depending on how this team approaches things on a week-by-week basis, we could win as few as 4 or as many as 10 games. As far as the Big XII Championship Game, I think the non-homer answer would be TCU and one of the two schools from South Kansas. But I--oh, wait, sorry, I should explain: South Kansas is an inside joke we have among the coaching staff given our success against all three schools from the very fine state directly to our south. Anyway, I was going to say that this team's hungry for another conference championship, and most of these guys weren't here for the 2018 title. So look past us at your own peril.
  11. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: TEXAS Texas got the man they wanted in @constapatedape but will they provide the goods? What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? The biggest loss for us here is losing a CB to the draft on an early declaration. That really hurt our secondary and will be hard to replace this season. the biggest gain we have is more chemistry between the players and the new coaching staff now. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? OU is always someone that’s needs to be looked out for in the Big 12. That’s one of the games I have circled this year and every year. One of the biggest stories last year was your departure from Washington State. What are some major factors that helped you make that decision? Some of the the major factors in coming to Texas was the championship history, the tradition and the recruiting opportunities. Washington State was an amazing place to coach and they are going to be a hell of a ball club this year. This was a multiple year outlook move. I believe Texas can be a top 10 program year in and out Do you think the NATIONAL CHAMPION on your resume will be a game changer in the 'croot heaven of Texas where everyone draws their talent from? I don’t think that it will hurt with the recruits or their parents to know that if they come to Texas they come to a program where the coach knows what it takes to make it through the playoffs and to win it all. I also think knowing that it wasn’t just a fluke that I can make the playoffs, with my PAC12 Championship also, will be a boost. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. Honestly I’d love to say we’re going to the playoffs with a 12-0 record but I don’t think that’s happening. We have enough talent that I think 7 or 8 wins isn’t out of the realm of possibility. I think OU and TCU will be the CCG
  12. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: OKLAHOMA STATE @ZackTyzwyz is in charge now and is hungry for success What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? Our biggest gain is absolutely our JUCO star running back Amral Brown. He's an absolute powerhouse back and gives our offense an even bigger rushing presence. Barack Holmes was always reliable last season and took some pressure off of the passing game, but was never as explosive as Brown looks to be. He's going to keep defenses honest and they'll have a lot to deal with between him and our stellar passing game. It also allows us to redshirt Barack Holmes, who looks to lead a superb stable of runningbacks next year if Amral decides to leave us for the NFL. While we did lose absolute stud receivers in Jay Dunn and Xavier Gant, we still have some guys there that can easily pick up the lost production. Personally I think OLB Trevor Orlando is our biggest loss. He put up some massive stats before I came in. My defensive changes meant that he recorded less numbers but our defense relied on him even more to make big plays in coverage and he never let us down. He was instrumental in our win over TCU and I think he can do very well in the NFL. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? It's the Big XII, every team scares me. While the obvious answer is TCU since they're easily one of the favorites to win the National Championship this year, my concerns are elsewhere. Our cousins over in Norman seem to think they can get back to running the show around here. They've got a totally loaded roster and a promising new coach. Texas also has a ton of talent and I hear that they have a coach now that actually shows up to games. But he also lost to OSU in a bowl game, and not one of the good OSUs. Oklahoma state had 3 head coaching changes last season. Do you because of that you are on the hot seat because the fans have not had a coach longer than 5 games? And if you were to leave, where would you end up? As much as I'd love to top last year's three coaches in a single season feat, I think fans want off this coaching rollercoaster from hell. I'm not going anywhere, I haven't even seen a recruiting cycle here yet since picking up in the middle of last season meant most of my targets were picked for me. But hey if we're saying my fate is already sealed here and I'm getting canned in a week or two, I'd most likely wind up in the FCS. There's a lot of fun to be had there, and there's something massively appealing about getting to build a program from the ground up. So unless my alma mater opens up when I'm fired, that's where I'd wind up. Being predicted to be in the playoff is a huge compliment to your team's talent. Do these lofty expectations have any impact on how you coach and have they affected the players yet? It was definitely a shock to the team and I when we saw that projection. We certainly saw it as a possibility this season, since we were just a game away from it last year. But we have our own goals to meet this season. We've got a really tough schedule ahead of us and each game is huge. We want to make the Championship Game again this year and hopefully take home the title, but that itself is an uphill battle before even thinking about the playoffs. So no, there won't be any impact to my coaching since at the end of the day each game is about bringing home the win and if that gets us into the playoffs then that's a bridge we'll cross when we get to it. We've got a group of veteran guys that understand this as well and I can't see it getting to their heads. They know TCU and OU and Texas and so on. Either way though we'll have some good old fashioned NCAA-Sanctioned fun this season. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. I always like to be conservative with this, so I'll say 9-3. BigXII game is easy on one side- TCU should make it no problem. I was going to say OU gets the other spot but I just threw up in my mouth thinking about that. So I'll say Texas makes it - National Champion winning coach coming into Austin with a loaded roster in a conference without Oregon State? Sounds like a winning combo. 
  13. 2022 OFF-SEASON INTERVIEW SERIES: OKLAHOMA After half a season back at his ala mater, HAFFnHAFF's squad returns a lot of talent and then some more What is your teams biggest gain and loss going into the 2022 season? HAFFnHAFF: Our biggest loss was easily OLB Jeremy Green. Green left early for the NFL draft as a 4.5/4.5 junior. I didn't really expect him to leave early but I do expect him to thrive at the next level. He was the heart and soul of our defense last year and led the team in tackles (61), and also had 4 TFL, 3 sacks, 2 INT, 1 PD, and 1 FF. On the flip side, our biggest addition is Juco transfer Jeremiah Melvin. Melvin is a 4.0/4.5 Jr DE that completes our defensive front and allows freshman Damon Bolton to redshirt a year and improve some of his technique. I expect Melvin to have a big year and to help open things up for David Kaiser on the interior defensive line. Looking at the schedule, what other team scares you the most? HAFFnHAFF: We aren't afraid of any team. But the Big XII isn't called the "nation's most exciting conference" for nothing. There are a lot of good teams on our schedule that will test us. I'm particularly looking forward to our two rivalry games in week 9 (Red River Rivalry) and week 16 (Bedlam). This state is ours. It has always been ours and that will never change. In the latest outlook ratings published by the Chicago Tribune, Oklahoma is one of the 4 teams to be rated as "Skyrocketing". How do you handle this pressure to perform and how is your team taking it? HAFFnHAFF: The team is handling it very well. We already had very high expectations for ourselves heading into this season. When Maurice White told the team he would be back for his senior season he said it was because this team has unfinished business to take care of, and I'm pretty sure he wasn't talking about calculus. After you said that you hate Batman and Iron Man because they are not superheroes because "tHeY hAvE nO sUpErPoWeR's". Should Captain America also be included in this hate circle of yours and if you hate Captain America, does this logically mean that you are a domestic terrorist and a secret operative of Al Qaeda? HAFFnHAFF: In the interest of full disclosure I like Batman and I love Iron Man. Iron Man is my favorite avenger. But neither of them are superheroes for the simple reason that they don't have super powers. They are heroes, but not superheroes. Captain America is a superhero because he possesses superpowers. Don't nerd fight me! You will lose! Editors Note: The websters dictionary lists a superpower as an "imaginary superhuman ability". Although Captain America possesses SUPERHUMAN abilities such as strength and agility, he does not have any SUPERPOWERS that are outside of any normal humans abilities. So in conclusion, do not trust HAFF. Finally, give us your teams record prediction and who is in the BigXII Title game. HAFFnHAFF: This team has all the tools it needs to succeed. Top notch running game, stellar WRs, good offensive line. If Eric Pope can continue to play as well as he did to close out last season our offense is going to be difficult to deal with. On defense we are a little young on the defensive line but we are improved over last year's unit that was very good. And we have playmakers all over the linebacking unit and secondary. This is by far the most talented team I have ever coached. I'll take 11-1 with a trip to the Big XII championship game. I'm not too picky on who we beat in it, I'll let the rest of the league fight over that.
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    [2018] Week 2 IRL Discussion

    Mississippi State at Kansas State 11:00 am ESPN / WatchESPN Video I am going to this game and if K-State plays like they did last week this game will be over in the first half. But last week they played a base defense and ran a simple offense all game and SD knew that and took advantage of it. If K-State gets their heads on straight it should be a good game. NAIA: Friends at Kansas Wesleyan 5:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 Video Also funny to see the school that was across the street from my High School gets to be on ESPN