Kansas State has taken the conference by the reins, but bevy of teams still eyeing big finishes
The folks in Aggieville, the bustling Manhattan, Kan., college district, are starting to sense it.
You could hear it in jovial blasts of the school marching band that performed impromptu shows in crowded restaurants Friday night. You could see it in the throngs of purple-clad supporters up and down Moro Street, who made their way to Bill Snyder Stadium on Saturday afternoon and swayed to the rhythmic drubbing their beloved Wildcats bestowed upon No. 15 Texas Tech, 55-24.