Kansas State defensive back Morgan Burns (33) celebrated with fans after the Wildcats defeated West Virginia 24-23 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kan. Burns had a 97-yard kickoff return. The fan’s sign proved correct, as the Wildcats are headed to the Liberty Bowl on Jan. 2 in Memphis, Tenn., where they will play Arkansas.
Kansas State defensive back Morgan Burns (33) celebrated with fans after the Wildcats defeated West Virginia 24-23 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kan. Burns had a 97-yard kickoff return. The fan’s sign proved correct, as the Wildcats are headed to the Liberty Bowl on Jan. 2 in Memphis, Tenn., where they will play Arkansas. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Kansas State defensive back Morgan Burns (33) celebrated with fans after the Wildcats defeated West Virginia 24-23 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kan. Burns had a 97-yard kickoff return. The fan’s sign proved correct, as the Wildcats are headed to the Liberty Bowl on Jan. 2 in Memphis, Tenn., where they will play Arkansas. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

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