K-State Slate: 5.2.14


It's finally stopped raining here!

Don't miss Ahearn Alley's chat with David Ubben in the latest installment of Bring on the Podcast.

Jake Trotter at the ESPN(blog) reviews K-State's spring game. The BotC consensus is that you should read Derek Smith's piece on the game instead.

Trotter also breaks down the offensive lines for all conference teams. K-State is in at No. 2, which is about what you'd expect.

Jonathan Coleman and Evan Loomis have been named to the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which recognizes college football players who maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher through their college careers.

No news section is ever complete without the words "beer" and "bong," so here you go: Gronk tailgates K-State's spring game.

K-State wraps up its road schedule at TCU this weekend. This is the BatCats first trip to Fort Worth since 1987. K-State is coming off a series loss to West Virginia, while TCU is riding a nine-game win streak, and has won 16 of the last 17 games. No lineups have been announced as of this writing. Notably, TCU's usual Friday starting pitcher, Brandon Finnegan, is injured and will not play.

Meanwhile, Ross Kivett was one of five Big 12 baseball players named to the Capital One Academic All-District Team. He was the only player from K-State on the list.

The K-State rowers are off to Oklahoma City for the Big 12 Championships this weekend. The team will float a full slate of boats for the first time, and hope to better last year's fifth-place finish.

K-State coach Liz Ullathorne announced two new recruit signings yesterday: Laura Hopton (UK) and Adriana Rajkovic (Croatia). Hopton is currently No. 14 in Great Britain's U18 rankings, while Rajkovic is one of the top juniors in Croatia.

The volleyball team has wrapped up its spring practices, and Coach Fritz seems satisfied that she's getting contributions from all her players, especially with this squad being so young.

An alumni couple have donated $3 million to K-State, with $2 million designated for the school's Leading Change Institute.

Following on from the Department of Education's release of a list of 55 schools that have violated Title IX with respect to sexual assault, the White House has issued guidelines to public universities, including K-State (although the school was not cited in the DoE's report).

The Collegian's Shelton Burch takes a stab at predicting the Stanley Cup playoffs.

What does "most deserving team" mean in the college football playoff landscape?

Finally, an Alabama supermarket trolls Jameis Winston hard.

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