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    Name: Alex Delton

    Team: Kansas State Wildcats

    Position: Quarterback

    Number: 5

    Class: Sophomore

    Height/Weight: 6’0″, 201 Pounds

    High School (Hometown): Hays HS, (Hays, Kansas)

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    K-State vs Texas Preview feat: 7 Year NFL Vet Reggie Walker

    Boscoe's Boys preview the upcoming game with Texas, but the show is stolen by the latest guest, a 3 year starter at K-State, 7 Year NFL Vet Reggie Walker. Reggie and the boys sit down and talk about the breaking news of Alex Delton taking over as the stater, make game picks, but then get real about the Ron Prince Era, and what life is like in the NFL. Yes it is long, but this is elite

    K-State vs West Virginia Review: Mountain Mama Mauling

    Grant is in Cuba in an attempt to liberate the island from the Castro Dynasty, so scottwildcat's Dad, and recurring guest Kevin steps in. The father son duo talk about the mauling delivered by the West Virginia Mountaineers. They review the 3 major moments in the game that swung the momentum away, grade the Keys to V, and muster up enough positive things to say to award Game Balls and the coveted Swagger Stickers. The speculation of a possible change at the top of the coaching hierarchy begins in this episode.

    K-State vs Miss State Preview

    Boscoe's Boys are joined by Recurring Guest and Former K-State Special Teams Standout Brogan Barry to preview the match-up that we've all been waiting for since last December: K-State vs Mississippi State. Justin M. Strawn from Bulldogs Radio and Friend of the Pod Matt Hall from K-StateOnline prime us for the game, The Boys give their Keys to V, and game picks are made. Strap in, figure out if you're in a purple or white section, and enjoy the show.

    K-State vs South Dakota Game Review: Never in Doubt

    Grant and Scott review game 1 vs. South Dakota, break down position performances, grade the Keys to V, and hand out some awards.
    TCU Football-Best Case Scenario-Horned Frogs-2018

    The absolute best-case scenario for TCU football in 2018

    Within reason, here's where the Horned Frogs could find themselves this fall if everything clicks on the football field.

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