It was a good weekend, as long as you've already filed for divorce from the NFL. But we won't concern ourselves with that; that's Arrowhead Pride's problem.
Previously on BotC: The defending champions are in first place.
Previously not on BotC: The other defending champions aren't.
Not a peep.
Lots of game stories from the big upset Saturday: the AP story courtesy of FOX Sports, John Helsey of the Oklahoman, Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World, Kelly McHugh at K-State Sports Extra, the official K-State Athletics recap, Ken Corbitt of the Cap-Journal, and Kellis Robinett of the Star.
From Corbitt: Another big step for the freshmen.
Star poll: who's going to win the title in this crazy shootout of a season?
And then we had this...
K-State basketball player Shawn Meyer released on $500 bond by Riley County PD for failure to appear on traffic violations— Ken Corbitt (@KenCorbitt) January 5, 2014
Looking ahead, TCU's athletic site previews tomorrow's game.
Of course, it was a bad day for Kansas City all around as far as women's hoops goes.
The Cats are ranked at #55 in the first spring ITA rankings, with Petra Miedermayerova ranked at #42 in national women's singles, and ranked #3 in the Central Region. The team kicks off 2014 on January 24-25 in Athens, GA; they'll face Arkansas on the 24th and either Georgia or Elon on the 25th.
K-State, KU, and Washburn are all teaming up... to get our damn money back from the legislature.
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