Kansas is still struggling to keep it close against more skilled teams.
Here is what you missed on the latest episode of Phog Nation.
Weis won’t reveal which will start, but both will be playing against Oklahoma
Weis saw improvements with the Jayhawks despite a rainy gameday
In this episode, Pat suggests that a football player should get more time.
The crew dives into the issue between the UDK and KU Athletics.
The League takes a look at the Weis vs. Kansan issue in this week’s show
Weis-coached teams don’t make halftime adjustments
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By Andrew Curtis As Saturday’s 110th edition of the battle for Sunflower state supremacy between the Kansas Jayhawks and Kansas State Wildcats gets closer, let’s take a realistic approach. With the Governor’s Cup on the line, KU will travel to the west to take on its rival and the nation’s 7th ranked team, K-State, in Manhattan. We all know how the last two meetings in Lawrence went. Calling them bloodbaths would be an understatement. The good news is, Turner Gill is gone. The bad news is, Bill Snyder is still roaming the sidelines at Kansas State. Snyder is the architect of arguably the greatest turnaround in college football history. K-State, which only made one bowl…