As far as college football super fans go, the K-State Mask is one of a kind.
He’s a grown man with a sizable gut and can be found on YouTube wearing a purple, Spartan-like mask along with Kansas State shirts and a purple neck tie. His job: To fire up his beloved Wildcats.
His most popular video, posted on Labor Day, is a postmortem of Kansas State’s 51–9 win over Missouri State. Set amidst a Last of the Mohicans-esque soundtrack, the K-State Mask implores QB Collin Klein to run the ball more and RB John Hubert to stay out of trouble, among other player critiques.
It’s hilarious, tongue-in-cheek stuff. As is the K-State Mask’s Twitter feed, in which he calls his followers “minions.” The Wildcats just found their 2012 cult hero.
[WARNING: Some NSFW swearing at the 2:13 mark]