Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Schedule Talk

With all this schedule talk surrounding Kansas these days and with us being a mere 32 days away from kickoff, it seemed like a good time to go ahead and let you guys know what's going to happen this year. Without further ado...

August 30th v. Florida International – No discussion necessary
WIN (1-0)

September 6th v. Louisiana Tech – I'm still shocked this game got picked up for TV already.
WIN (2-0)

September 12th @ South Florida In addition to the conference opponent previews, we'll also be featuring Jim Leavitt's Bulls as I think this game has the potential to be the equivalent of last year's trip to Manhattan. Prior to that game I thought it was the most important one of the season and given how things ultimately turned out, I don't think I was too far off in that assessment. With the way the schedule lines up this year, I think this is that game. In which case I better go ahead and project…
WIN (3-0)

September 20th v. Sam Houston St. – Payback time, Mr. Bomar. So maybe we really don't owe Rhett any payback, as it was clearly the Kansas offense that lost that game. Either way…
WIN (4-0)

October 4th @ Iowa State – With ISU's potential to occasionally steal some games in Ames this would feel like a dangerous one to me, if it weren't the first league game and it was preceded by a bye week. Fortunately, both of those things are true and I expect a comfortable win.
WIN (5-0, 1-0)

October 11th v. Colorado – Let me be the first (or one of the last) to say that Colorado is going to surprise some teams this year. However, in the 3 weeks leading up to this game they will play West Virginia, @ Florida State and Texas (in Boulder), so I feel like the Hawks shouldn't have a terribly tough time with them in Lawrence. And so ends the comfortable part of the schedule.
WIN (6-0, 2-0)

October 18th @ Oklahoma – Could this be the second straight year that a OU meets an undefeated team from the Big 12 north in front of the Gameday Crew in Norman? Possibly. Unfortunately, I think the result will end up much the same as well.
LOSS (6-1, 2-1)

October 25th v. Texas Tech – Last year Homecoming was celebrated with a 76-39 thrashing of Nebraska. This year, the Pirate brings Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree into town. And yes, Michael Crabtree scares me. If you're reading this, Clint Bowen (who are we kidding, of course you are), please do not try and single cover that man. EVER. The key to disrupting a Tech offense is getting pressure on the QB, which incidentally happens to be the key to the KU defense this year. It if happens, the Hawks should have plenty of offense to take this one.
WIN (7-1, 3-1)

November 1st v. KSU – This one is probably the closest thing the Jayhawks get to a break in the schedule. That being said, we saw what happened in Austin last year when you treat a visit from KSU as an off-week. No need to worry, though, Kansas fans. You have Mark Mangino and not Mack Brown so you're not likely to get out coached, especially by a giant genie that can't retain his assistants and just brought in 19 JUCO players. NFL Draft prospect Josh Freeman will bring his Power Towels into Lawrence for his annual loss to the Hawks, making him a stellar 0-3 v. his cross-state rivals.
WIN (8-1, 4-1)

November 8th @ Nebraska – Since we have absolutely no fucking clue what to expect from Bo Pelini's blackshirts, this one is nearly impossible to predict. However, as much as it pains me, I'm going to say that Nebraska gets up for this one after the beating they were given last year and knocks off the Jayhawks, further extending the winless streak in Lincoln.
LOSS (8-2, 4-2)

November 15th v. Texas – After a rough loss to the Bugeaters, KU returns home to face Mack and Colt. And just as Nebraska got revenge for the 76 points, KU will get their revenge from the infamous "Dollar signs" game in which Texas was all but given the game by the zebras (and VY's incredible 4th & 18 scramble, but that's beside the point).
WIN (9-2, 5-2)

November 29th v. Methzou @ Arrowhead – Just as it was last year, I'll go out on a limb and say this one is for the right to represent the north as Methzou will enter the game with 1 conference loss to Kansas' 2. And since we all know that Methzou is getting WAAAY over hyped (good defense, really?!?!), the Jayhawks take this one, sending Booger and Pinkel into a maelstrom of self-pity as it is KU and not the Tigers, playing two straight in Arrowhead.
WIN (10-2, 6-2)

December 6th v. OU in Big XII Championship @ Arrowhead – I hate to be the guy taking OU year after year, but if Sam Bradford stays healthy and their back 7 on defense aren't terrible, I just don't see any other team in the league dethroning the Sooners. The Jayhawks keep it closer than they did in Norman, but just can't come up with enough big plays down the stretch.
LOSS (10-3, 6-2)

I would love to speculate on their bowl from this point, but I have even less of a clue about that than all that we've gone through above, so I'll just leave it be. If this record really does hold up though, either the Cotton or Holiday seems likely.

And before we go, I should probably link to Tim Griffin's big 12 hate meter as ESPN is enjoying a day of analyzing the hated programs around the country. You have to give it to them, though; this is a creative, new way to promote USC, aOSU, and the SEC. As for Griffin's meter, I'd say it is pretty dead on. My personal one would differ quite a bit, but from a universal vantage point it seems pretty accurate. Be sure to check back as the next few weeks we'll be offering much more extensive previews of the nine worthwhile games mentioned above.

57 comments:

NCAA fan said...

Hey Homer,
get real. Wins over Texas Tech, Texas, and Mizzou. Keep dreaming...You were right about one thing, you will lose to OU and Nebraska. KU is well on their way to a five loss season due to an unfavorable schedule. Good season last year, but it was a lie of a season.

Common Sense said...

I applaud the creativity in this post. Methzou. That may somehow out creative Muck Fizzou. Does a 3rd grader write these punch lines?

I guess we will see who the real over-hyped team is. At least we know the Kansas fans will show up in waves for the Border War. As I recall last time, the story was that many fans sold their tickets away giving MU the home field advantage even when Kansas had the larger allotment. Let’s see what happens when MU has the larger allotment.

Big Head said...

Not a chance.

Glen! said...

How can you possibly predict a win over mizzou and a loss to Nebraska?
Clearly your head was stuck so far up the rolls on your coaches ass to see clearly.

I do applaud your creativity, but then again, I also applaud the creativity of a second grader when he brings home a crayon drawing of a "cat" that really looks more like a house. The difference, however, is that I won't be sticking your sorry excuse for predictions on my fridge.

Robo Boogie said...

Just to decode the creative Methzou for the Mizzou fans it is a combination of two words. In kansas and the rest of the union we call this a compound word. We take the start of methamphetamine and the end of mizzou (a made up word by the way) and we end up with Methzou (a made up word by the way). Or as the Methzou website would say "That means that a longer word, methamphetamine, got shortened (or clipped) to Meth, which is similar but shorter. And then a seond word was clipped "Mizzou" to Zou and the result added together."

The reason this is funny is that Mizzou leads the nation in meth busts and production just in case you did not know.

Not that this has anything to do with football but I find the name very funny and sadly fitting. Sorry if it is too confusing or clever for those east of the border.

reality said...

dude

Hiphopopotamus said...

In addition to what my astute colleague, Mr. Boogie, pointed out, there are several other "points" worth responding to...

ncaa - You could very well be right. I would be shocked if they lost to both Tech and Texas, considering they only have two losses in the last 3 years combined at home, but you never know.

common - I think Robo addresssed the first part, but as for the second if you were there I'm guessing you noticed it was extremely even split and the primary allotment went to Chiefs ticket holders, just as it will this year.

head- It's July. Not one team in the nation has started practice yet. If I'd told you at this time last year that Kansas would go 12-1 you would have said the same thing. Let's just leave it at that...

glen! - Did you really ask that question? It's not that I think Nebraska is better than either Kansas or Methzouri, its just that I think they might win that game. I'm not even sure I think Kansas is better than Methzou, just that they will win that game. It's an absurd thought, I know, but sometimes in sports upsets have been known to happen and I won't be shocked if a couple happen in 2008 as well.

Anonymous said...

Good grief, put down the crack pipe dude. Your programs greatest year ever resulted in a 2nd place finish in the division!

Last year was a season you'll never see again, KU will be lucky to go 8-4.

Oh and for all you KU folks who are acting like your program is back...you've never been there before. Classless fanbase and sleazy programs.

Robo Boogie said...

You are right Methzou has a much better history of football. Too bad all was before 1969, the last year they won the conference (not divisional, a co-win at that, one year after KUs last conference championship). So seeing neither school has a national championship or the has won the conference since I have been alive I guess we are all smoking crack. So guess what enjoy the ride and appreciate that upsets happen, people are excited, and for once kansas and missouri matter. Everything is speculation at this point and we will see how it shakes out. Mizzou might have less questions than Ku does right now but it still has a lot. Going to be a hell of a ride...

reality said...

there are several reasons ku had their dream season in 07. players and coaching are 2

ku finished:

4th in turnovers gained
4th in TO's lost
1st in TO margin (by a long ways)
3rd in fewest penalties/gm
5th in pen yds/gm

you had VERY few key injuries

the schedule fell perfectly

the BCS screwed MU

it was simply put a FREAK year

Soft Schedule said...

Just when you thought Iowa State was about to turn the corner their schedule against the south changed. Next thing you know the team suffers two dismal seasons that ultimately leads to a head coach fighting to keep his job.

What does Iowa State have to do with KU... Oh that's right they share a Big 12 schedule.

Hey KU fan -- hurry jump off the bandwagon now while you still have some dignity left.

Anonymous said...

Holy CRAP!! You have got to be kidding me! I've seen some homers in the past, but do you honestly think you'll get past USF, Texas AND MIZZOU?? Sorry, but it ain't happening. You will be lucky to go 2-1 against those 3, and more realistic would be 1-2 with the loan win being against USF, and that's even iffy. I see 8-4 at best. You got lucky with the schedule last year, and even luckier with the BCS bid. Great season last year, but be ready for the pain of over-inflated expectations this year.

Anonymous said...

And, I spelled lone wrong. My bad. But, this is the most unreal post I have ever read. It's like saying ISU has a chance against UT. Not happenin'. You LOSE to UT. You LOSE to MIZZOU. You LOSE to OU. There's 3 loses by Fat-gino, and I wouldn't be surprised if there were 2 more on the schedule. Enjoy last season because it was an anomoly. You don't have the talent of Texas or MIZZou, and you never will. Just keep saying "wait until basketball season" because that's what KU is...a basketball school.

Rokchokchikinhawkpu said...

Hiphopopatumus,

Dude, you are as stupid as your name. Wake up. You had a weak schedule and played over your heads last year. You quarterback looked like he was in shock for most of the game at Arrowhead. Look for alot more of that this year. And to all of you KU pukes, I love how you think your state is some kind of elite place. Get over yourselves. The whole damn state is a wheat field or sunflower patch. It ain't nothing special!

Hiphopopotamus said...

Wow, I guess I really struck a nerve by merely suggesting (in July, mind you) that Kansas could have another good season. May have to throw up a post to respond to this tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

And, to put it in better perspective, MU let off the gas in the 3rd and 4th quarters. Had we kept it up, it would've been even worse. We called off the dogs, and you know it.

Robo Boogie said...

Does it really matter as they didn't show up in San Antonio the week after? What else does it show if they did let up they did not put it back on and KU actually had the ball down 6 with 17 sec left, with a chance, albeit a minute one, to win. Then that is just poor motivation or poor coaching. In the end no one will remember the MU season when they won in the Cotton against a coachless team. However people will remember KU winning a BCS bowl no matter how it went down in KC and that is what makes it so f*cking great and must really kill you tigers as witnessed by the 3rd grade comments on this so far. All you prove yet again is how much last year pissed you off even though it was one of your best years in a long long time and you should be happy. But yet all you remember is how you got screwed in the BCS and how KU stole your spot. It would be comical if it was not so sad.

Anonymous said...

You my friend are what some describe as an ass clown. You have no clue.

Robo Boogie said...

I have never had a reason to be an illini fan until now. I hope you get gold rushed. If you want to see something without a clue start here.

Anonymous said...

WOW, is this blog sarcasm??? This was one of the most delusional prediction of a football season I have ever seen. I thought the idiot KU fans on kansascity.com were stupid but the author of these predictions takes the cake. Congratulations, for being one of the most idiotic sports fans around. Good luck with this season, you dbags in Lowrents will need it.

TigerinNC said...

hippo and robo, which one is white owl. Maybe the two of you should consider taking off the blue glasses and consider for a moment that simply going to a bowl game in back-to-back years for the first time ever would amount to quite an accomplishment. Beating TT, TX, & MU?? Oh and I really like the ran out of time excuse robo. Its a personal favorite. As for kU and its Orange bowl, the world thought enough of you to throw you 3 spots behind MU in the rankings. They must have thought you incredible.

rokchokchikinhawkpu said...

Easy there Robo, easy boy. Before you get too excited and overly proud of yourself, we don't care about your BCS bowl. We are proud of our season. We exposed you. We knew we belonged in the BCS and you did not. That's all that matters. And we're looking forward to big things this season, whereas most Kansas fans with a brain (oh wait you are all kind of lacking in that department aren't you) should realize that you do not have much to look forward to beyond a few wins to cupcakes and the weakest of conference opponents. It's going to be great watching the season unfold and Kansas football going back to what Kansas football is all about - losing.

Robo Boogie said...

This really is my last post as this is just pointless trying to justify one mans predictions to a bunch of derelicts. Take a trip down I-70 and see the new sign that says orange bowl champs and national basketball champs. Turn around and drive on the shity MO roads back down I-70 pick up some fireworks, trucker porn, and tell me what your sign says. As a KU fan there is really not much more to say than that.

Anonymous said...

Fireworks and Trucker porn kick ass jerk.

rokchokchikinhawkpu said...

Your ego precedes you my friend. And is so big it clouds any chance of your achieving a logical thought. Yes, you have a nice basketball program. Stick to focusing on that and not worrying about things that shouldn't concern you, such as football. You won't see another Orange Bowl again for a long long while pal. Let's talk about bowl games again at the end of the season. We'll see if you actually go to one - doubtful. Now go have a cheeseburger with Mangino.

Walnut Bowls FTW said...

I'm a Missouri fan. I have a huge inferiority complex. My school has never won anything significant in its history. We lost the Civil War and it just continued on from there. We're known for Tyus Edney's shot, Colorado's 5th down, Nebraska's kicked ball, and having our best football season overshadowed by the two sport dominance of our rival. I sure wish we could win National Titles but unfortunately, I know that when the money is on the line, my school will piss down its leg. Rabble Rabble Rabble...

rokchokchikinhawkpu said...

Damn, Robo-twit finally shuts his trap and here comes another meathead. Again, we realize you've won a couple of basketball titles. Other than that, you're a flat expanse of nothingness. If you guys didn't make so much noise about yourselves, we would hardly know or care that you even exist over there in your dustbowl.

KU Fan said...

I'm a Kansas fan. I'm a male and I love the taste of penis. It just makes me feel all warm and gooey inside.

Big12Powerhouse said...

It must not bother you having KU get all the press and titles. You are on a KU blog trying to make everyone think MU is an actual program and forget about the larry smith years that were not that long ago. You sir are the definition of inferiority complex. Go back to your MU blog and rally the troops for another let down year. Coming here and posting this crap only shows just how much MU is defined by their more successful conference mate to the west.

TigerDave said...

KU fan, I can understand why you're that way. If that's the best you can come up with for cheerleaders over there, it must be all down hill from there. Poor guys.

Tom said...

Good greif, pick the crack pipe up again. I like what you're smokin!

rokchokchikihawkpu said...

Mainly we just like getting all of you jaypecker idiots worked up, which we have successfully done. Now get your tail to work, if you actually have a job.

Tom said...

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Anonymous said...

As a MU fan, I would have never known that KU fans actually had a football blog. Since they have only had fans since last year. I got the link from an article from a link on an ESPN article about Big 12 blogs. The author of the article then proceeded to call the author of this something to the effect of delusional with his predicitions. So I thought I had to check this out and found him to be correct. The author of these predicitions is a complete moron.

Anonymous said...

You are right MU has a long tradition in football as well. You guys get to a couple independence bowls and you think you invented football. You may have slightly more of a football program than KU right now but it still isn't a program. I guess the first MU blog must have appeared about 3 years ago. Talk to some one from OU, NU, TX about programs (there might be lean years but it always comes back). Neither school in this argument has one and MU fans that think they do are delusional. Enjoy your short meteoric rise as the fall will be just as fast. Us boomers will just sit back and watch both of these programs falter and laugh at your petty arguements. At least KU can go back to cheering for basketball, MU will have to just cheer for the Fulmer Cup. See you in KC. Boomer Sooner!

Anonymous said...

Missouri fans show up, 60,000+, even during off years. If Kansas has even a hint of an off year, you barely reach half of your 50,000 capacity.

My friend is a Geology major at KU. His least favorite part about the football games? The lame crowds.

Anonymous said...

Just to decode the creative Jayhawk for the Kansas fans it is a combination of two words. In Missouri and the rest of the science believing world we call this a compound word. We take the start of blue jay and the end of sparrow hawk (two gay little birds by the way) and we end up with Jayhawk (a made up word by the way). Or as the "Idiot's guide to attending KU" website would say "That means that a longer word, blue jay, got shortened (or clipped) to jay, which is similar but shorter. And then a seond word was clipped sparrow hawk to hawk and the result added together."

The reason this is funny is that it would take science, most likely a stem cell project mixed with cloning to make such a retarded offspring. And just in case you did not know kansas does not believe in science.

Not that this has anything to do with football but I find the little gay bird very funny and sadly fitting. Sorry if it is too confusing or clever for those surrounded by wheat fields and cow shit.

StL Tiger said...

Fred Phelps is a KU fan. Dude, Fred Phelps is from Kansas. How can you make fun of Missouri?

Anonymous said...

Correct me if I'm wrong Kansas fans. You don't teach evolution and Fred Phelps is able to live in your worthless state. You can make all the meth jokes you want. Your state is pitiful. The next time you'rd on the Plaza or at Arrowhead, Power and Light Dist. etc etc etc look up at the flag flying over your head.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a_u0cH0hKI

Its July. This is the best you mizzou fans can do?

The Haley twins you all had put better stuff together than this.....

Anonymous said...

"The next time you'rd on the Plaza or at Arrowhead, Power and Light Dist. etc etc etc look up at the flag flying over your head."

I'll look up at your flag as I drive through Independence, Grandview, the Paseo, Troost, 71 hwy, Anywhere on I-470, Lone Jack, and many other pot hole-meth towns your dumbass state has. I'll take a step back and appreciate that our tax money goes towards our schools instead bars, and cosmetic infrastructure, and laugh at the joke that is the Kansas City MO school district. Show me state? More like the Smoke and Mirrors state.

American by birth, Kansan by the grace of God.

Anonymous said...

Dude, I live in Kansas. And it's boring as fuck. No Toucan Sam-resembling mascot or even a lame national basketball championship can make up for that.

Whenever I want to enjoy any real sports, sadly, I cross the border. Now if only Carl Peterson and David Glass weren't associated with our sports teams...

Anonymous said...

Everyone knows Missouri only produces Meth-amphetamines because the demand is so high amongst Lawrence hippies.

Anonymous said...

Hippies... Lawrence has plenty. but the meth comment? You're fuckin' retarded. Hippies don't do Meth that goes against their all natural code. Only white trash do meth.

Anonymous said...

Hey you guys do have some nice roads over there in Kansas, it's true. I guess that comes in pretty handy so you can ride along smoothly as you look at MILE AFTER MILE OF FUCKING NOTHING! Yeah, that's a beautiful place you've got over there boys. Let's face it, other than Johnson County, the state is pretty much a piece of shit. Oh wait, I forgot, you do have that prairie dog town out west. That's really AWESOME. Oh, and don't you have that big ass world record ball of twine. I guess you like big things, which must be why you hired the fatest, grossest behemoth of a human being on the planet for a football coach!

Anonymous said...

Dude, give them some credit. I mean, their tourism industry is big.... at least compared to North Dakota. Good night gay birds.

Anonymous said...

Wow. No... WOW! You epitomize the overenthusiastic KU fan who has just entered the college football world in the past year and thus has no sense of reality. Do you actually believe your team is good enough to smell the Big 12 title game? You have no one to cover Michael Crabtree from TT, or, for that matter, ANYONE from Missouri. Reality - Kansas will lose to USF, UT, OU, TT, MU. Sorry, dude, but it's going to be a wake up call from last season. Your football team is KANSAS, and always will be.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I changed my mind. Kansas will NOT lose the 5 games I just mentioned. They will also lose at Iowa State, giving them 6 losses, and 4th place in the Big 12 North. Better luck next year!

Anonymous said...

Speaking of entering the world of college football this past year... WTF has Mizzou ever done in any sport prior to last year? Hmm lemme see... NOTHING. KU football a tradition since September?? Mizzou Althletics a tradition since *crickets*. I'm still trying to figure out when Mizzou became a huge such a huge "powerhouse" in football...oh yeah..just last year Welcome to irony, dumbshit.

Teams you beat last year. A win against an overrated Illinois team, 2 losses with OU, and supposedly a win against overrated KU team. With all these overrated teams mind telling me what teams worth the shit you actually won against? You guys are fuckin' stupid.

Benji-san said...

I do enjoy the MU fucks who get their kicks by posting anonymously on KU fan sites. "we do it just to get you riled up."

While debating the finer points of a football season that hasn't even started is entertaining, I particularly enjoy the name-calling from MU fans. KU fans are snobby...or hippies...or gay. Actually, three of the better stereotypes when you think of it. I'd take any of them over trailer-trash, meth addicted, in-bred pieces of shit.

Anonymous said...

Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. You have won three national titles in basketball. Yippee for you. But most of the time, your teams have been overhyped and ended up choking in the tournament. A hell of a lot more chokes than titles for sure. Trailer trash, inbreds? What the hell do you think lives in Salina, or Topeka, or Hays, or Wichita, or any of those other stinking pieces of shit towns that you people live in. How about a bunch of worthless white-trash pieces of garbage perhaps? As another astute individual has already pointed out, you've got Johnson County, and you have 3 national basketball titles. That's it. Beyond that, you're nothing more than a extra large dung heap. Get...the fuck...over yourselves, please. The rest of the country could care less about your worthless asses.

GingerBalls said...

I was really trying to stay away from commenting on my own f-ing blog, since the comments on this post have become donkey show level on the ridiculous scale.

Can't we all agree there are some "ugly" human beings in both of our states? Of course I think Missouri is worse than Kansas in those terms, but Lawrencians cannot forget that the asshole of Kansas, Topeka, is right next door.

All of these freakin' comments and nary a few actually talk about football. Even if you vehemently disagree with our logic, or a comment you are replying to, at the least make it involve football. We joke about many things involving Missouri on this blog and I hate them with all my heart, but I can still have a rational conversation with any rival while talking about football.

If you think our schedule last year was bullshit (fair argument), back it up with a well thought out comment(including a stat or two wouldn't hurt). I am not saying we(our blog) deserve this treatment, but blogs and other open forums on sports would be much better off in the long run. I like to get into a pissing match from time to time, it can be quite entertaining, but I would much rather actually discuss football with fans of a different viewpoint reasonably.

Ok, I am off my high horse now. Go back to circle-jerking in your walnut bowls Missouri fans...or whatever it is you do over there.

Anonymous said...

You seem to be a typical KU prick, and outside of your university and Johnson county, I would venture to guess that most Kansans have enough common sense not to believe your particular university and your state are superior in the way that many of you knotheads think. But you do have some good points outside of the usual unfounded arrogance. It should be more about football. As a football fan and a Missouri fan, I am living in the moment no question. Things are going pretty well right now. I don't have any illusions that we invented football or have a great program historically. But I can say that we have a pretty damn good team in the present. And admittedly, your's isn't bad either (though time will prove inferior to ours). So let's play some football and see who is better. And make no mistake, we have an unbelievable hatred for you sorry fucks as well.

GingerBalls said...

See, that is what I am talking about...hatred, with a minor acknowledgment to our football, backed with hatred! That is all I expect.

I hate MU with a passion, but i recognize your team as one that is really f-ing good. So good, I think their fans are setting the bar a little high. It is so tough to win a Big 12 Championship (neither of us know how tough), but to win a National...it involves so much luck and prestige. But, if everyone stays healthy, there is no way that I could put on my crimson and blue glasses and say MU couldn't win a BCS Title.

Of course I don't think you will with 2 in the Pink and one in the Stinkle, but you could. In the preseason, coulding is half the battle.

T3T said...

I'm a Missouri student who lives in Kansas, so as a Kansan and a loyal Mizzou fan with many friends in Lawrence, I say PEACE. Good luck to both teams.

The season will play itself out and determine whose blog is right.

JHAWK said...

This is a little late as I am just catching on to this blog...but one anonymous Mizzou post caught my eye.

"Missouri fans show up, 60,000+, even during off years. If Kansas has even a hint of an off year, you barely reach half of your 50,000 capacity."

Dude, I have been to Columbia for the last two KU-MU games (2004 & 2006) and neither crowds were 60,000+....and if I remember right in 2004, Mizzou fans were heading to the parking lot before halftime (KU got off to an early lead, 28-0). The small corner of KU fans owned the stadium by the end of the game. Our fan base is growing, but claiming Mizzou's fan base is far superior is based on a shady 60,000+ fact. You didn't even have 60,000 versus your rival.

Your post did bring up a good point on KU fans though. This could be up for argument, but KU has a true through-thick-and-thin football base somewhere around 30,000 - basing this on the 30,000 who stayed and watched the 2003 monsoon game vs. Northwestern. The fan base is getting better though, consistent wins will only help...

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