K-State trails Oregon at the top of ESPN's latest rankings.
The latest college football Power Rankings are out at ESPN and the Kansas State Wildcats still can't get over the top with their 10th win of the season and an Alabama loss. Instead, Collin Klein and company are relegated to second despite leading the BCS standings for this week due to the presence of the Oregon Ducks at No. 1, who are also undefeated and put on a clinic against Cal on Saturday.
From the notes, "Collin Klein showed no ill-effects from last week's concussion, seeing Kansas State to a 23-10 win over TCU with 195 total yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Wildcats visit Baylor Saturday before heading into a bye week."
K-State is still in the driver's seat for a spot at the national championship table, and a major BCS bid is a foregone conclusion at this point. Bill Snyder has his team positioned for the most success he's ever had as a coach and Collin Klein could take the Heisman if the winning streak continues.