Sorry for the empty space yesterday where the Slate was supposed to be. Something was amiss in my connection to the webs.
K-State won a real bore of a game, 89-55, last night against Alcorn State.
Could Curtis Kelly be turning into a leader? That would be welcome news.
With no Slate posts over the weekend, we didn't get a chance to note K-State's narrow 63-58 victory over Washington State out in Pullman, Wash. The trip did not get off to a good start, as thick fog and ice forced the K-State plane to land in Idaho, not Pullman. That's among the realities of playing on the road.
It's all about education. Nebraska has the lowest graduation rate in the Big 12. I'm sure it's because the classes are so difficult.
This is a worthy cause. Jeremy, of SB Nation's MWC blog, Mountain West Connection, has a son with autism, periventricular leukomalacia and mild cerebral palsy. He's trying to get a service dog for his three year old, but as you might imagine, it's expensive. If you can help out, he would really appreciate it.