Official Game Thread: Oklahoma State vs. Kansas

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If Sanders goes 3 and out on the first drive will you change your thoughts? Not saying that will happen just saying illingworth has done really well with his opportunity.

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Sanders has to start if healthy next game. Illingworth is a worthy substitute but you shouldn't lose your job to injury.
The counter argument is that you put the guy in that gives you the best chance to win a big 12 championship. Because these opportunities are very rare.
Maybe that's Sanders...I don't know. SI's making a good argument. Either way, there's certainly no need to rush a guy out there until he's 100%.
I trust the coaches to do what's best for the team.
 

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If Sanders goes 3 and out on the first drive will you change your thoughts? Not saying that will happen just saying illingworth has done really well with his opportunity.

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First drive? Nah. You give him at least a quarter, maybe a half, to get back in a groove. Luckily our defense should give us the margin to do that.
 
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The counter argument is that you put the guy in that gives you the best chance to win a big 12 championship. Because these opportunities are very rare.
Maybe that's Sanders...I don't know. SI's making a good argument. Either way, there's certainly no need to rush a guy out there until he's 100%.
I trust the coaches to do what's best for the team.
I don’t disagree here but would be nice to see if the Rattay has improved Sanders passing vision and accuracy
 

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Who were the posters on this board that were so worried about Les getting Kansas up above OSU in the conference? There were a couple of posters saying this. Kansas continues to be a coaching graveyard and Les is just padding his retirement money.
 

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The counter argument is that you put the guy in that gives you the best chance to win a big 12 championship. Because these opportunities are very rare.
Maybe that's Sanders...I don't know. SI's making a good argument. Either way, there's certainly no need to rush a guy out there until he's 100%.
I trust the coaches to do what's best for the team.
Sanders gives us a better chance because he's more dynamic. Illingworth is useful and good but he's not championship material, in my opinion.