Ahearn Alley

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Bring on the Podcast with WVUIE97

Mark of West Virginia blog The Smoking Musket tells us a little more about the frustrating tendencies of the Mountaineers, why he's impressed with Kansas State, and his thoughts on why Baylor might not lose.

Tuesday FEPO: Testing the undefeateds


A somewhat dangerous slate of games lies ahead this weekend for college football's remaining undefeated teams, which still includes unlikely candidates Missouri and Texas Tech.

Tuesday FEPO: All Eyes on the ACC?


Florida State-Clemson highlights an impressive slate as Kansas State's last bye week gives you another great chance to see some other college football teams.

Bring on the Podcast with Peter Pope

Our Daily Bears podcaster/writer Peter Pope joins AA and Derek to preview Saturday's game and tell us more about how we got a world where Baylor is favored by 18.5 in Manhattan.

Wednesday FEPO: Big 12 rout week?


A full slate of potential snoozers in the Big 12 is partially offset by some decent games in the SEC and Pac-12 this week. Jon and Ahearn Alley try to tell you what's going to happen.

Bring on the Podcast with Josh Kinder


The Manhattan Mercury's sports editor joins AA and Derek to talk about Kansas State's issues at quarterback, his doubts about Oklahoma State, and why the Pinstripe Bowl is so terrible.

Tuesday FEPO: Back to business


We've finally got a full slate of Big 12 games, plus some intriguing games between ranked teams you might not have expected to see in the polls.

Tuesday FEPO: Real football is back!


After one of the worst weeks I can ever remember, we finally find ourselves on the cusp of full-blown conference play, with a top 10 SEC matchup and everything.

Bring on the Podcast with David Ubben


David Ubben of Fox Sports Southwest joins us to discuss Kansas State, Texas, the Big 12, and how people can't seem to figure out how to pronounce his last name.

Tuesday FEPO: Prepare for a letdown


After last week's refreshingly solid slate, we go back to one more week of meh before conference play gets into full swing.

Tuesday FEPO: Weekend of reckoning


Ahearn Alley and Jon Morse scope out a considerably more appetizing slate of games, highlighted by the one ESPN has been waiting for all year long.

Tuesday FEPO: Nothing makes sense anymore.


Ahearn Alley and Jon Morse try to pick up the wreckage left by a ridiculous first week as they look at this weekend's slate of games.

On the rise for Kansas State: Daniel Sams


It's tough not to have big expectations for Daniel Sams, a seemingly perfect Bill Snyder prototype at quarterback, depending how well you believe he can pass.

Tuesday FEPO


Morse and Ahearn Alley look at the best of this week's college football slate.

On the rise for Kansas State: Jake Waters


No one needs to step up more for Kansas State to be successful than its starting quarterback.

On the rise for Kansas State: Dante Barnett


If you believe in Kansas State's secondary, that means trusting the talent of Dante Barnett.

On the rise for Kansas State: Chaquil Reed


Chaquil Reed added a decent amount of weight to his already large frame this offseason, so now we get to find out if that's really the key to improvement for the senior defensive tackle.

On the rise for Kansas State: Kyle Klein


If one Klein could come out of nowhere to be a star, then why can't his little brother?

On the rise for Kansas State: Jonathan Truman


Jonathan Truman may be an undersized, in-state walk-on, but the man knows how to tackle, and he'll be getting his chance to significantly elevate his status this season.

On the rise for Kansas State: Mike Moore


If several things fall right and he matures quickly, this could be the year Mike Moore establishes himself as another quality Wildcat linebacker.

On the rise for Kansas State: Mark Krause


Punting could be an adventure this season, but Mark Krause seems to at least have the tools to be successful.

On the rise for Kansas State: Jack Cantele


Kansas State kickers have quite a reputation, and this year's starter even has an older brother's success to live up to.

On the rise for Kansas State: Glenn Gronkowski


It's possible expectations are unfairly high for Glenn Gronkowski, but that's what happens when your three older brothers play in the NFL.

On the rise for Kansas State: Devon Nash


Devon Nash is one of the biggest players that could help fill K-State's many holes on defense.

Translating Bill Snyder at Big 12 Media Days


Sometimes it's hard to glean anything useful from what Bill Snyder says to the media. Don't worry. I'm here to help.

On the rise for Kansas State: Travis Britz


Travis Britz could be the centerpiece of Kansas State's brand new defensive line.

On the rise for Kansas State: Kip Daily


We return to the defensive secondary, this time to see why a little-used senior could at last use his considerable talent to play an important role.

Kansas State on the rise: Ryan Mueller


Another former walk-on from Kansas could earn a starting spot and help us miss Adam Davis and Meshak Williams a little less this season.

Kansas State on the rise: Blake Slaughter


Senior Blake Slaughter's play will be critical if K-State wants to avoid a huge dropoff in linebacker play this season.

Kansas State on the rise: Randall Evans


Kansas State's relentless nickelback could take another big step forward and become the team's shutdown corner.

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