September 20, 2006
Wildcat Hot 11
The return of the Wildcat Hot 11 opens with three defensive players at the top of the list, but exactly who did earn the No. 1 spot as Kansas State (3-0) heads into a showdown with eighth-ranked Louisville on Saturday? Brandon Archer leads K-State in tackles, but was that enough for him to claim to top spot in this edition of the Hot 11?
1. [DB]Ian Campbell[/db]
K-State has played fantastic football defensively thus far, and perhaps no player is more responsible for the Wildcats' success on that side of the ball than Campbell. The sophomore defensive end's 14 tackles tie for third best on the team, and he leads K-State with 6.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. Campbell will need to continue making plays in the backfield for Raheem Morris's defense to play well.
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