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    Default Which MIAA schools could potentially beat Kansas?

    So with Kansas losing to Nicholls State, are there any MIAA schools that could beat KU? By that I mean even in a fluke, not necessarily week in and week out.
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    Default Re: Which MIAA schools could potentially beat Kansas?

    Massey match up predictor

    would have NW Mo beating KU if the game was in Maryville; 21-19

    https://www.masseyratings.com/game.p...hwest+Missouri

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    Default Re: Which MIAA schools could potentially beat Kansas?

    Quote Originally Posted by EveryCatAWildman View Post
    Massey match up predictor

    would have NW Mo beating KU if the game was in Maryville; 21-19

    https://www.masseyratings.com/game.p...hwest+Missouri
    Only other I could find, KU would lose at Grand Valley 29-28

    https://www.masseyratings.com/game.p...d+Valley+State

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    Default Re: Which MIAA schools could potentially beat Kansas?

    That program is just laughable... nothing like having to pay a team $400k to come in your building and beat you. I don't think I would schedule lower tier teams at Kansas... they really have nothing to gain when they have the potential to lose. At least get beat up by a FBS team for free. It's amazing to me that they can be this bad year in and year out... A school that has money and brand recognition (albeit from basketball). Bear Bryant... nope, Nick Saban... not even close, Mark Mangino has to be the greatest coach of all time for what he was able to do there, even though that Orange Bowl bid still ticks me off (Disgruntled Mizzou fan here ).

    Anyway, hard to really answer the question, but most years, I've thought NW would be able to give them more than they wanted. Heck, KU may only be the 4th or 5th best team in Kansas.

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