This week the Kansas Jayhawks will play the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Kansas is coming off a loss to Kansas State while Oklahoma State is coming off of a loss to Texas.
The Cowboys have many weapons on both offense and defense that the Jayhawks will need to watch out for. They have two starting-caliber quarterback with J.W. Walsh and Wes Lunt, a powerful running back with Joseph Randle, and a defense with the ability to get after the quarterback.
Through the Phog asks the question, Who is the most dangerous Oklahoma State player?
George: Randle is the most dangerous player for the Cowboys. He is in the same caliber of player that Hubert is from Kansas State and look what happened there. Randle needs to be slowed down for Kansas to stand a chance in the game.
Ricky: I think that defense will be key for Oklahoma State in this game. Two players I am looking at are Shaun Lewis and Ryan Robinson. The reason I look at these two players is because they know how to sack the quarterback. Dayne Crist has been Kansas’ biggest weakness this year. He has not played well in 2012 and, in my opinion, he should be benched ASAP. If Lewis and Robinson can get after Crist and make him panic, OSU will have tons of success against the Jayhawks this week. The defense overall will be key for the Cowboys.
Each week, the staff at Through the Phog will react on the previous day’s games in Big 12 football and other news that happens in the conference. We are always welcoming of comments that you might have on the topics covered each week. Our current staff includes lead editor George Pike, along with staff writer, Ricky Widmer.