Even at his age, Bill Snyder keeps 'em guessing. During this week, we'll take a look at a few of the things K-State is doing on offense these days.
Kevin Haskin ran into Mark Mangino on K-State's sideline at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday. Well, not literally "ran into him," that wouldn't have ended well, but you know what I mean.
News of A&M's official departure for the SEC prompted little commentary from Big 12 coaches.
Bill explores collapses, field position and playing keep-away in this week's Numerical.
Also from Bill, a look at what Texas A&M's schedule in the SEC might look like. If you haven't figured it out yet, you should be reading Bill regularly at the mothership, and following him on Twitter @SBN_BillC.
Middle blocker Kaitlynn Pelger was honored as the Big 12's player of the week for the second straight week.
The Wildcats have won eight matches in a row, including a sweep over Baylor to open the conference season. K-State tries to make it nine in a row tomorrow at Missouri.
Paging Governor Nixon, hello, Governor Nixon? Connecticut's governor calls the Big East a "fall back option" if the ACC doesn't work out.
In at least one area, Texas A&M measures up well with its new colleagues in the SEC.
Rick Pitino has some thoughts on conference realignment. But he's a coach, not an AD or university president, so his goal of adding Temple to the Big East will have to be run up the flagpole.
That ACC is a real thief.
Texas A&M wants to keep playing Texas. Cue maniacal laughter.
If the Big 12 breaks up, Kansas City could (should) bring back the Big 8 holiday basketball tournament.
Other College Sports
AZ Central has an extensive investigatory series on the BCS. I haven't read this yet, but it looks interesting.
As shared by Anon last week, this week's cover story on The Atlantic looks at the shame of college sports. I finally read this late last week, and it's well worth the time.