Kansas State's goals remain the same despite Top 25 ranking

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) _ Kansas State football coach Ron Prince
has accomplished something that coaching legend Bill Snyder wasn't
able to do.
Saturday's 41-21 victory win at then-number seven Texas is the
first time the Wildcats have ever beaten a top 10 team on the road.
The win moved Kansas State into The Associated Press Top 25 this
week for the first time since 2004. The 24th-ranked Wildcats are
3-1 and take on in-state rival Kansas on Saturday.
Defensive end Ian Campbell is one of the few players who were
around the last time Kansas State was ranked.
Campbell returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown
against Texas on Saturday. It was his first touchdown since his
high school days in Cimarron, Kansas, when he played on both
offense and defense.

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