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Former Wildcat Receiver Calls KSU "Power House" of the Big 12


The defending Big 12 champions will already have a target on their backs, and it may have gotten even bigger this week.


Kansas State football had a historic year in 2022, winning their first outright Big 12 championship since 2003, along with winning 10 games on the way to a Sugar Bowl berth against the Alabama Crimson Tide.


Former wide receiver Kade Warner says he feels like last season was all about elevating the standard in Manhattan.


Star quarterback Will Howard is returning, as will the entirety of the conference's strongest offensive line. While some are spectical about KSU's ability to replicate their success from last year, Warner doesn't have any doubt.


In a recent interview with Big 12 Radio on Sirius XM, Warner says that he feels the Wildcats are going to be the top contender in the conference for years to come.


Warner is hoping to have his name called at the 2023 NFL Draft next week, after posting 60 catches for 522 yards and five touchdowns in his Wildcat career.

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