October 1, 2007
Wildcats turn focus toward Kansas
A little more than an hour after Kansas State defeated No. 7 Texas for the program's first-ever win against a Top-10 opponent on the road, senior wide receiver Jordy Nelson walked to the team bus and could already sense the anticipation for the Wildcats' next challenge down the road.
"First thing after the win at Texas, I was walking out of the stadium and there were already people saying, 'Now you know what you've got to do for next weekend'," Nelson recalled on Monday.
K-State fans, of course, were referring to a highly anticipated matchup against unbeaten Kansas.
The Jayhawks, 4-0, come off a bye week and will open their Big 12 season against the Wildcats, 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the Big 12, at 11 a.m. Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. It will mark the 105th meeting between the two teams with the Governor's Cup and North implications on the line.
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