Since Chip Kelly is such the hot HC commodity it might behoove us to watch tonight's game and see how he performs in what is likely his last college game in the near future. Kelly could be our future coach as stranger things have happened.
As far as prospects go in this game Dan Kadar at Mocking the Draft has a nice post on players to watch. K-state has a couple senior CBs who might be late round picks and a good DE that might project as more of a 3-4 OLB.
Oregon has a good WR but he was originally a QB...Most intriguing for me though is this Oregon OL prospect:
2013 NFL Draft watch notes: Fiesta Bowl, Oregon vs. Kansas State - SBNation.com
There isn't a player with more potential in the 2013 NFL Draft than Oregon offensive lineman Kyle Long. It's not BYU's Ezekiel Ansah or anyone else. Long has the size and ability to be a star at the next level. The rub is that he has a checkered past, saw inconsistent playing time this season and when he did play it was mostly at guard. But at 6-foot-7, Long has the length and foot quickness to develop. If there is a team with good patience and coaching, Long could be turned into a starting left tackle in a season or two.
He might be worth a late flyer. Let's watch and check it out.