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By DAVE SKRETTA
AP Sports Writer
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - All that Kansas State can do now is try to achieve perfection. That's all the third-ranked Wildcats control.
The rest of their fate belongs in the hands of other teams, their coaches who vote in the polls, and some whirring computers that will crunch a bunch of numbers and spit out what they believe are the best two teams to play for a national championship.
Kansas State has already beaten three ranked teams on the road in Oklahoma, West Virginia and Iowa State, and blitzed then-No. 15 Texas Tech 55-14 on Saturday to remain undefeated.
The problem is that top-ranked Alabama, No. 2 Oregon and fourth-ranked Notre Dame are also perfect, and all of them have strong cases to play for the BCS championship - and that means a lot of scoreboard watching as the Wildcats play out the easiest four-game stretch of their season.

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