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K-State Slate: 11.6.2013

Drawing contrasts between Snyder and Kingsbury, possible bowl destination, volleyball team gets big win, Texas hires new athletic director, and the NFL could learn about anti-hazing from the...

K-State Slate: 10.8.13

A very special day for TB, K-State prepares for Baylor, the Bears are in uncharted territory, honoring the past and living in the present with Baylor blogs, Freeman signs with Vikings, and questions that occur to me.

K-State Slate: 10.4.13

Iowa State gets Beebe'd, the Longhorn Network is a bastion of journalistic integrity, Tyler Lockett looks for redemption in Stillwater, preseason Big 12 basketball recognitions announced, and an SEC player is suspended for accepting money.

The Other Sports: This Week in K-State Athletics

K-State volleyball has a rough week, losing to Italy in an exhibition and West Virginia in its Big 12 opener. The golf and tennis teams completed their second invitationals, and the equestrian team set a nice precedent by beating Oklahoma State.

The Other Sports: This Week in K-State Athletics

K-State volleyball cruises to another invitational title, sets a record and brings home hardware and holy cow when all the sports are in action there is a lot of stuff to write about.

The Other Sports: This Week in K-State Athletics

The volleyball team suffered its first loss, but also notched its biggest win and garnered another invitational title. Women's golf got a solid start in Colorado, and the men's golf team got underway yesterday.

K-State Slate: 9.9.13

K-State football gets first win, against Louisiana-Lafayette, volleyball team moves to 6-0, and all the other news that's fit to print. Or not.

The Other Sports: The Week in K-State Athletics

K-State football gets most of the coverage and attention, but K-State fields other sports teams, too. This is your weekly roundup of K-State's non-revenue programs.

K-State Slate: 7.9.12

The Slate needs content. Today, inside look at K-State'a athletic department budgets, Nathan Leeper considers Erik Kynard one of a kind, K-State basketball prepares for Brazil trip, and miscellaneous news links.

Why I Don't Care That Much About EMAW vs. EPAW

The EMAW/EPAW debate has resurfaced at K-State. While those who advocate EPAW may not have the better of the viewpoint, they don't deserve to be treated rudely, either.

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