I remember back, way back, back in late 2010 when K-State was scheduled to play Oregon. And it went a little something like this:
The Wildcats decided to cancel a home-and-home series with Oregon. KSU was going to visit the Ducks in 2011, then host Chip Kelly’s powerhouse in 2012. So what happened?
Here’s what the Register-Guard wrote in September:
By 2010, Bill Snyder was looking ahead to his second season after returning to Kansas State; with a reputation for avoiding powerhouse non-conference opponents, Snyder and the Wildcats soon backed out of their game at Oregon.
Wise move, Snyder. Are the Wildcats unbeaten today if they had to play Oregon instead of Missouri State or North Texas? Are their mustaches in Mexico? Is a frogs ass water tight? Did Pinocchio have a wooden dick? Yes it was somewhat both sided as it sounds like Oregon did not fuss when K-State dropped Oregon from its 2011-2012 roster. But, looking now at the BCS numbering. I feel they should get a few demerits for doing so.
As K-State knows, Oregon knows and the rest of the country should know, Oregon would have and still will, beat Colin and the purps (new band name by the way).