Crossing Enemy Lines: Kansas State Wildcats

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Nov 17, 2012; Waco, TX, USA; Kansas State Wildcats running back John Hubert (33) runs with the ball during the game against the Baylor Bears at Floyd Casey Stadium. The Bears beat the Wildcats 52-24. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE

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In this week’s Crossing Enemy Lines, we talk with Lead Editor Dave Thoman about the upcoming game in Manhattan, Kansas against the Kansas State Wildcats.

Dave Thoman: First things first, Case McCoy is the Longhorns’ starting quarterback this weekend. The McCoy brothers have had very little success against Kansas State to-date. Can Texas hang with K-State using McCoy as a game manager, or will he need to do something special on Saturday?

Chris Flanagan: I think he can. He has definitely improved from last year and he almost led a game winning drive against Kansas State in last year’s game. The defense has improved since the Kansas game and the Longhorns defense was the most positive aspect from the TCU loss. When Colt played Kansas State, Texas was highly ranked and unmotivated, now the tables are turned. So I think they have nothing to lose so I expect Texas to come out swinging.

How was Baylor able to stop Kansas State?

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