K-State's Thomas opens more eyes with...

K-State's Thomas opens more eyes with dazzling opener

There are 2 comments on the CBS SportsLine story from Sep 8, 2010, titled K-State's Thomas opens more eyes with dazzling opener. In it, CBS SportsLine reports that:

Although Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter rushed for the most yards in college football's opening week with 257 and four touchdowns, Kansas State senior Daniel Thomas might have been even more impressive.

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“TROJANS "OWN" L.A. FOOTBALL”

Since: Jul 10

San Marino, CA

#1 Sep 8, 2010
Thomas had the (B)ruins dazed and confused throughout the game. If he can play that way against stronger opponents he has a great chance to land the Heisman. Of course Matt barkley will be right in there too at the end

GO TROJANS
texcat

Houston, TX

#2 Sep 19, 2010
Nebraska will be here soon then we will know for sure. One thing is certain everyone we play will be keying on Thomas. He will earn every yard.

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