K-State Slate: 2.7.12

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K-State Basketball

K-State gets a home game against Texas Tech, who is winless in Big 12 conference play this season. After this, the Wildcats face a murderous stretch that includes games at Texas, KU at home, at Baylor and at Missouri.

With Will Spradling breaking out of his slump, Angel Rogriguez finding his confidence, and Rodney McGruder getting healthy K-State should have three guards ready to go against Tech tonight.

SB Nation's Bracketology has K-State in the field and seeded eighth. We'll take an NCAA Tournament appearance any way we can get it at this point, but Notre Dame in the first round followed by Kentucky in the Round of 32? Yikes.

Big 12 Basketball

Missouri got a 71-68 win in Norman after Steven Pledger missed a three pointer that would have tied the game at the buzzer ... Texas won the final Lone Star Showdown when it picked up a 70-68 win over Texas A&M in College Station.

Speaking of Texas and basketball, Peter Bean has an excellent article for Basketball Prospectus looking at the Big 12 race as it enters the final stretch.

Big 12 Football

West Virginia is buying out of its game against Florida State this September. Yet another sign that the Mountaineers have every intention of being in the Big 12 for the 2012-13 season.

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