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  1. Don't think K-State would want them now. Probably thinking they dodged a bullet.
  2. Nice try, but nobody wins every game, and no team is great every single year. OU has a reputation for being a blue blood program, but the Sooners were lousy in the early to mid 1990s. P5 teams sometimes lose games they shouldn't. Remember when Appalachian State went into the Big House and beat Michigan in 2007? You cite the 2010 NT game, but K-State still won it. In 2003, K-State lost to Marshall at home, but later that year won the Big 12 championship, 35-7, over what was then being called "The Greatest College Football Team of All Time," the OU Sooners. K-State's body of work over the past 3
  3. What I meant was that Seth is striking while the iron is hot.
  4. You're cherry-picking. As I said, as recently as 2012 K-State was ranked No. 1 in the BCS standings for most of the season.
  5. But Seth could stay at UNT and have a mediocre or lousy year on '19. He wouldn't be the hot commodity he is at this time. Better to strike while the iron is hot.
  6. Had to sign up just to correct that statement. K-State has indeed competed for national championships and would have played in the NC game in 1998 if they hadn't blown a 15-point lead in the conference championship game. They were ranked No. 1 in the coaches' poll before that game. They had 6 top-ten finishes and four consecutive 11-win seasons from 1997 to 2000. K-State was also ranked No. 1 in the BCS poll for most of the 2012 season before losing its 11th game that year. Having played at OU, Seth Littrell is very familiar with K-State's outstanding football program, going to bowl games
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