Campus Corner

TCU quarterback caught wearing Kansas State sleeve during game vs. Texas Tech

Updated: 2013-09-13T16:53:50Z

By KELLIS ROBINETT

The Kansas City Star

Kansas State football apparel has apparently become so popular that other Big 12 teams are now sporting the Powercat during games.

Several K-State fans caught TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin wearing a K-State arm sleeve while playing against Texas Tech last night and flooded social media with screen grabs of the uniform snafu.

It is hard to spot from a distance. Both TCU and K-State wear purple, so the purple-and-white sleeve doesn’t seem out of the ordinary. But look close and you can definitely see the Powercat logo.

And you probably thought the strangest thing about last night’s game was a fox running loose on the field.

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