Coming off a beatdown of Miami, the next big game on K-State's schedule is clearly next weekend when the Wildcats travel to Oklahoma. But there's a game in between, and Bill Snyder and the coaching staff need to keep the players' attention on North Texas.
K-State's defensive ends will always remember the last play of the Texas game last year when they feel like giving anything less than maximum effort.
Last time K-State played North Texas, the Wildcats tried to give up more than 1,000 rushing yards in a single game.
A New England Patriots draft website has a scouting report of K-State's NFL prospects from the Miami game.
K-State is the No. 3 seed in the NIT Season Tip-Off, and will be host for the MIdwest Region.
As mentioned on the Monday Slate, K-State is off to a record 9-0 start in volleyball. The Wildcats are ranked No. 19, and will face two ranked opponents this weekend at the Tulsa Invitational. Maybe we can get Morse to go over and watch a bunch of attractive, tall girls in tight shorts play volleyball and give us a live report.
K-State finished in second place, 16 shots behind host Wichita State at the Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic. Freshman Matt Green, competing as an individual, finished one shot out of a tie for first place with a seven-under-par 206.
The women's golf team finished in fourth place in Lincoln at the Chip-N-Club Invitational.
Another week, another Alphabetical.
And Bill returns with the Numerical.