Nebraska has shown they can play up (or down) to any team this year. I wouldn't be surprised if it was a close game and Nebraska pulls off an upset (I also wouldn't be surprised if they lose to KSU and make this all moot).
Don't forget K-State demolishing OU in the 2003 Big XII title game. KSU was a huge underdog and handed the Sooners a 28-point beatdown.
I just want the cornsuckers to get pounded in the last two games.
I'd love to watch bopeep scream at the evil genius again for running up the score.
Nebraska is already bowl eligible. KSU is not. We gain nothing from Nebraska losing out. KSU losing eliminates them from competing for a bowl spot with us. I like watching Nebraska struggle as much as the next guy, but all I want right now is for ISU to get the best bowl game possible.
This just proves until they get rid of the 'Subjectivity' of the BCS and make it 'Objective' who gets it, the will happen year in and year out.
And then the pundets (and fans) all complain because there are so few good non-confrence match-ups. But what coach in their right mind would risk playing good teams in the non-confrence to take them out of the BCS. Think of OSU would have played another patsy instead of Houston.
The last time both KSU and NU competed for the Big 12 North Title in Lincoln in 2003 as the last game of the regular season (at least for KSU), KSU went in as the underdog and handed the Huskers a humiliating 38-9 loss.
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