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WVU-Iowa State Predictions

Chris Jackson Iowa State 31, West Virginia 28 Although WVU’s offense is unlikely to repeat its performance from last week, it is going against one of the nation’s hottest teams in Iowa State. The Cyclones are amidst a four-game winning streak, with two of those wins coming against teams ranked in the top five at…

Keys to the Game: How to BBQ Bevo

I freaking hate the Longhorns. I hate how entitled they are, how quickly they tell us that TCU is little brother despite the trajectories of both programs veering in completely opposite directions since UT last won a meaningful game (in 2005). I hate how they can sign basically any player in the state despite the…

Campus Connection: David Long’s 18-Tackle Game

Buried deep within last Saturday’s disappointing 50-39 loss to Oklahoma State was the performance put forth by sophomore linebacker David Long Jr. The Cincinnati resident was credited with 18 total tackles, seven for losses. His seven TFLs are the most ever recorded by a WVU player, and his 18 stops represent the most by a Mountaineer defender…

Ask the Expert: Kansas State

It’s been three weeks, and we’ve gone through three losses. It started with utter shock against West Virginia, followed by humiliation against Iowa State, and finally acceptance against Oklahoma. Strangely enough though, we still find our Red Raiders favored against the Purple Wizard himself. The Wildcats have been a shell of themselves this year, and…

OU’s Best Bedlam Moments in Stillwater since 2000

As both schools and fanbases gear up for yet another high-stakes Bedlam, the Oklahoma Sooners find themselves in somewhat unfamiliar territory. Yes, OU, the nation’s fifth-ranked team, enters Bedlam in 2017 a 2.5-point road underdog to the No. 11 Oklahoma State Cowboys. The Sooners have played the underdog role before, including a couple of times…

#KU50: 8 Dave Robisch

In the one-and-done era, I feel comfortable making this statement: no KU player will do what Robisch did and be the back-to-back conference player of the year. Robisch accomplished the feat in 1970, when he averaged 26.5 points and 12.1 rebounds per game, and then again in 1971 when he averaged 19.2 points and 10.1…