10-2. That's what Kansas State is after a 30-23 over Iowa State victory to wrap its regular season. It caps an amazing regular season, and opens, finally, the conversation about the postseason.
Scenarios will be determined Sunday evening, but until then, take a listen to head coach Bill Snyder's postgame (where he really does sound truly pleased to be the head coach of this Wildcats team). It may not have been obviously noticeable, but it speaks volumes that, when referencing quarterback Collin Klein, Snyder does not say "youngster" in describing Klein. Instead, it's "man." Klein is a man in Snyder's eyes now. He has grown. He is a leader. He is set to lead in the bowl game, and set to lead next year. Pretty phenomenal stuff when you think about it.
Also, John Currie, discusses his want and ability to push the K-State product, and his beliefs on the Big 12 co-championship policy (though that appears a moot point now with Oklahoma State blowing out Oklahoma as I write this).
Linebacker Tre Walker discusses what his decision to play for K-State means to him now that the team has had a season that seemed improbable even earlier this year, let alone when he committed to K-State.
And finally, Chris Harper gives his thoughts on the game and season overall, as well as Nigel Malone giving his account of what happened on the touchdown catch that happened in front of him during the ISU game.