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Curtis Kitchen, 810 WHB -- Snyder, coaches playing K-State pop-a-mole: Kitchen runs down the litany of issues that have faced the Wildcats this season. What's scary is that what he described really is a "litany" of problems, and he didn't even mention the kicking game's disastrous results thus far.
Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital-Journal -- MU wideout recovers nicely: Don't be fooled by the title, this is really a Big 12 notebook. Haskin notes that Mike Leach is unhappy that no personal foul was called on Sergio Kindle's helmet-to-helmet hit on Taylor Potts. Judge for yourself.
(HD) Sergio Kindle nearly takes Taylor Potts head off (via Rusty98UMtake2)
Beasley back with Heat: No comments from the big guy, but Michael Beasley rejoined the Miami Heat yesterday. His coaches and teammates gave rave reviews, so let's hope this summer's frustrations are behind him.
Tim Norris' men's golf squad is host this week to the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan. After a rain-shortened first day of action, the Wildcats lead the team race by eight strokes. Play concludes today.
Chivalry is officially dead. Three girls were working on a car and 10 guys walked by without offering to help. Stupid campus guys.
He's a pepper, she's a pepper, Dr Pepper. It makes the world taste better.
When you see ag students walking around in mud boots you know it's time to start building an ark.