With that in mind, KSU wide receiver said "everything," when asked about what the Wildcats needed to work on.
And of the future, he said, "Our focus is on Nebraska. That's our next game and our biggest game."
Big 12 Conference is associated with eight bowl games in 2007.
The Wildcats still must play at NU, MU and at Fresno State; the Buffs go to ISU and host NU; the Cowboys host KU, and travel to BU and OU; and the Cornhuskers play KSU and at CU.
While the Jayhawks, Sooners, Longhorns and Tigers are locks, there are reasons to want, and not to want, the remaining teams.
Texas Tech: Want - high powered offense; Not Want - will likely lose four of its last five.
Texas A&M: Want - the Aggie Nation; Not Want - could very well lose five of its last six games, plus the possibility of a coach-search.
O-State: Want - explosive offense, 4-4 Big 12 record; Not Want - could lose three of its last four.
Colorado: Want - turn-around story from 2-10 2006 season, could finish with three wins in last four games; Not Want - the Buffs aren't TV friendly and don't follow on the road.
Kansas State: Want - produces points, fan support; Not Want - no story line.
Nebraska: Want - the Nebraska name; Not Want - a team without a coach.
Four of those six teams are guaranteed postseason play.
BOWL PROJECTIONS: Fiesta - Big 12 Champion
Cotton - Big 12 title game loser
Gator - Texas
Holiday - Missouri/Kansas
Alamo - Texas Tech
Insight - Oklahoma State
Independence - Kansas State
Texas Bowl- Texas A&M