North Texas State Game - November 28, 2010
The Cats completed their regular season with a victory as many expected, though it was not an easy, as the rushing defennse played poorly once again. Fortunately, K-State's Daniel Thomas also had a terrific rushing game that was too much for North Texas. The final score, 49-41, was quite indicative of the wild scoring game. Though the defense had a tough year the offense consistently put up big numbers in nearly all the games. Other than the Nebraska game K-State was competivtive in all the games they lost. Now it is time for a bowl game.
Colorado Game - November 20, 2010
This week the Wildcat offense showed up in Boulder as K-State took on Colorado. Unfortunately the defense stayed, once again, in Manhattan and the Cats were run over by the Buffalos losing 44-36. The bright spot in the game was the passing performance of Carson Coffman as he looked sharp passing for 270 yards in the second half.
Going into the game, if K-State was victorious at Colorado we seemed in a good position to get a bowl berth in the San Diego Holiday Bowl. This weekend's game versus North Texas is critical for any chance at the Holiday Bowl invitation.
Missouri Watch Party - November 13, 2010
The up and down play of this team continues as K-State played incredibly poorly as the Cats lost 38-28. The time it takes to call and start offensive plays is agonizingly slow, which seems to support their lackadaisical play. The multiple turnovers by quarterback Carson Coffman made Ricky's a depressing place for the CaliforniaCats.