K-State Slate: 6.14.11

 

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Fifteen former K-State football players got together for the Dylan Meier Memorial Golf Tournament last Saturday. The tournament benefits the Get Busy Livin' Foundation, created in Meier's memory.

Oklahoma and Missouri are arguing about whether or not they are rivals.

Here's an interesting solution to the college athletics amateurism problem, which doesn't involve schools paying more money for players: let players profit from their likeness, whether via video games or sponsorships.

WillieWannabe posted this video in yesterday's comments, but I wanted to make sure more people saw it. More chunkles greatness.

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