Tuesday's Campus Clicks: Bill Snyder says sorry for pitiful K-State performance, RichRod mad about late start times
What a Class Act
Bill Snyder might be the classiest person in sports. The longtime Kansas State coach, who built the program from a pile of rubble into a perennial Big 12 contender, watched his team get throttled by Oklahoma, 55–0, one week after nearly upsetting TCU. He then wrote a letter to the student body apologizing for the performance. The letter comes a few days after Snyder wrote a congratulatory note to Horned Frogs' QB Trevone Boykin. They should rename the town of Manhattan after him.
Prior to Michigan State's miracle win, not many college football fans knew who Jalen Watts-Jackson was. Thanks to his fumble recovery and touchdown scamper, his name will be remembered by college football fans forever. Unfortunately, the redshirt freshman defensive back dislocated his hip on the play and is out for the season (he also said he'd re-injure his hip over again to beat Michigan).
Watts-Jackson posted the following message to Instagram on Monday morning:[instagram:https://instagram.com/p/9CDIX-q6mtNuXCywYFUoRBs1KIuqd3HktazLI0/]
Jemele Goes All-In
ESPN's Jemele Hill, a Michigan State alum, unleashed a furious rant against Michigan after the stunning finish on Saturday, saying the Spartans own the Wolverines and their fans don't deserve MSU's dignity and respect. Wow.
Light Up the Day
Past Their Bedtimes
Apparently Rich Rodriguez and Arizona have grown so tired of the late kickoff games that they filed a complaint with the Pac-12.
Here's an end zone angle of the Michigan State botched punt. It's oddly quiet and you can hear 100,000 Michigan fans groan multiple times in unison.
Just a Game
Dantonio on threats to Blake O'Neill: "This is an entertainment business that we're in. It is a game. People need to realize that."— 1130 AM WDFN The Fan (@1130WDFN) October 19, 2015
Pete Carroll said he's flattered about USC rumors. Loves USC, but "that's not happening."— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) October 19, 2015
Odds and Ends
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Here's Mississippi State's hype video for their blackout game versus Kentucky:
This fan-made TCU hype video is pure insanity:
Our effort to cheer up Michigan fans continues with this nasty highlight reel from Charles Woodson's career: