A second-half comeback led to a 41-34 win over Texas Tech, giving K-State six wins on the year, which means the Wildcats will be bowling for the second straight season.
A big part of the win was Raphael Guidry unleashing his version of Beast Mode and blocking two field goal attempts against the Red Raiders.
In a lot of ways, it wasn't a conventional K-State win, but it was a win nonetheless.
K-State debuted at No. 11 in the initial BCS rankings, while the Wildcats are now No. 12 in the AP Poll and No. 16 in the Coaches' Poll (by the way, I see what you did there, Austin. I see what you did there and I like it).
Texas swept the K-State volleyball team on Saturday at Ahearn Fieldhouse, 25-17, 25-15, 25-20. So I guess Gregory Gymnasium is the only part of Texas that we don't own.
After Missouri announced that chancellor Brady Deaton was authorized to explore conference realignment for MU, the Birmingham News' Jon Solomon reported that Mizzou didn't have the three-quarters vote necessary to gain entrance to the SEC. Solomon reported at the time that one of the schools opposing Mizzou's move was league heavyweight Alabama. Over the weekend, Solomon reported that Alabama would support Missouri's move only if the Tigers were to play in the SEC East. Have fun playing division games in Gainesville, Fla., Columbia, S.C., and Athens, Ga., Mizzou.