K-State Slate: 5.9.14 - BatCats Last Stand

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The baseball team may be about to make the wrong sort of history...

Today's Slate will be liberally laced with my utter disdain for the NFL's annual Feast of Extreme Navel-Gazing.

For those of you who insist this is An Actual Thing cannot get enough of the NFL draft however, the mothership has you covered. Get your Chiefs fix here. Also, there's an open thread for all your live commenting needs.

Meanwhile, here's your news of the sort that actually matters...

Kellis Robinett reports on the BatCats trying to salvage something out of a season that has gone from shocking to bad to almost unwatchable. The team is in real danger of not even making the Big 12 tournament, and could be the first team in conference history to go from first to worst in just a single season.

The win over Wichita State appears to have restored some confidence though, so a good series against Oklahoma State this weekend could move K-State ahead of OU in the standing and into the last tournament spot.

Cornelius Lucas has a nerve-wracking day ahead of him, as he waits to hear his draft fate.

The Collegian's John Zetmeir takes a look at K-State draft prospects, specifically Lucas and Ty Zimmerman.

There's a 20-year K-State streak at stake here, after all.

Jeff Mittie has his first recruit. Wichita South's Kendrian Elliott has verbally committed to K-State. She's only a sophomore, so she's a commit for 2016.

Coach Maxwell announced a huge recruiting class, with nine riders signed for the 2014-2015 season.

K-State plays host for the Wildcat Open this weekend. This is second of back-to-back home meets for K-State and closes out the regular season.

High jumper Alyx Treasure and hammer thrower Sara Savatovic are ranked in the Top 10 for their events nationally.

Meanwhile, K-State sprinter Chris Campbell pursues a different sort of dream with the Air Force ROTC.

K-State paintball club has qualified for nationals! But budget constraints have put a damper on the team's enthusiasm.

As a college football fan, who would you draft?

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