As mentioned yesterday, K-State is launching a hi-definition online network to carry its third-tier sporting events. It's not exactly TLN, but given that you can watch the Internet on your TV (yeah, I couldn't think of a better way to say that), having HD distribution of your third-tier events is pretty cool. Except for some OU fans who seem to have a weird hard-on for K-State, most seem to think this is a good idea by K-State to make some use of third-tier events. As usual, we're miles ahead of that school down the river.
It's Big 12 week at Dr. Saturday, so enjoy it while it lasts. So far, we have posts about Texas' offensive redemption (they hope), a dose of patience for the Aggies (and LOLOL at Texas A&M for saying it wants to keep playing Texas after it leaves), and a Baylor debriefing.
Missouri offensive lineman Elvis Fischer suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in practice yesterday and is out for the year. Of course, Missouri fans now know this and have weeks to prepare for it, whereas if it had happened to a K-State offensive lineman, we would not have found out until the offensive line took the field on September 3.
Prevail and Ride illustrates the Texas A&M saga in MS Paint (maybe NSFW). Check out the other posts, too.