We'll start off with the top ten K-State moments of November, and then dive into the rest.
As you surely heard, USC has stolen Steve Sarkisian from Washington. This is simply more reason for K-State to hate USC, because you all remember how he spurned K-State to go to BYU and then OH CRAP the 1997 Cotton Bowl.
Comparing the Snyder years with the, um, not-Snyder years.
Will Spradling and Chantay Caron are among a massive number of players nominated for the Allstate WBCA/NABC Good Works Team. That's an award which honors college athletes specifically for their charitable and community service work. Other Big 12 nominees include Iowa State's Melvin Ejim and Hallie Christofferson, KU's Perry Ellis, Javan Felix from Texas, and West Virginia's Kevin Noreen and Jessica Harlee.
KSHSAA announces its 2013 Hall of Fame inductees: former state representative and assistant executive director of the KSHSAA, the late Rick Bowden; Scott Community High track star Jennifer Kirkpatrick, and former Buhler, Bishop Carroll, and Wichita-East head football coach (and five-time state Coach of the Year honoree) Chuck Porter.
K-State's having fun researching newer and better spacesuits. And if seeing the Powercat on the sleeve of a spacesuit right under the NASA logo doesn't excite you, nothing will.
They've gone and given the apes at the Kansas City Zoo iPads. No, seriously.