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Coach Snyder: Coffman Is Still Starting QB


I guess it will take losing to a terrible team like KU (and not just getting embarrassed by a good team) to finally bench Coffman for good. Man, I was really wanting to see Lamur or Klein get a shot this week!

Coffman May Lose Starting Quarterback Job


I love Carson's grit, but "grit" isn't going to beat most of the team's left on our schedule, ability is, and -- unfortunately -- this is where Carson is lacking. Collin Klein and Sammuel Lamur are both better options at this point.

Brodrick Smith Out For The Season With A Broken Leg

K-Statriots is also saying this, and it's the rumblings I'd been hearing today. It's really too bad, but at least he's a young guy, who can come back strong next year.

Wildcat Volleyball Seeks Win Over No. 11 Texas On Saturday @7:00


It's a home game, guys, and the ladies need our support. At 3-3 in conference, they need a win to stay in the thick of things.

Wildcat Women Host Sooners Tonight At 7:00


Come on out to The Old Barn and cheer on the Wildcats (9-7, 3-2), as they try to take down the Sooners (11-5, 3-2).

Misenhelter, K-State Record Low Rounds at Johnie Imes


Gianna Misenhelter recorded her third top-20 finish of the season and the Kansas State women's golf team carded its best three-round score of the year at the Johnie Imes Invitational on Tuesday.

Big East Considered Adding K-State, KU, Mizzou and Iowa State


Meant to post this yesterday, but like a lot of things, it slipped my mind. Interesting information out of New York regarding what the Big East may have done in conference realignment. A 20-team basketball conference and 12-team football conference. Wow. Apparently Panjandrum wasn't as crazy as some thought.

Kitchen: K-State Football 2010 -- Bill Needs A Bowl


As usual, a good read from Kitchen. He hits on one of the things I've been concerned about for this year, namely the open question of how much of last year's defensive success was due to Vic Koenning.

Report: Pac-10 Set to Invite Six Big 12 Teams


This is old by now, but Chip Brown -- formerly of the Dallas Morning News, now of Orangebloods.com -- reported yesterday that the Pac-10 will extend membership invitations to Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Colorado. The initial bonfire the report created turned into an uncontrolled blaze when Colorado AD Mike Bohn initially gave it credibility, before later backing off. Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott also essentially denied the report. Given the report's timeline, we'll know by this weekend.

Big 12, Pac-10 look at alliance


For the Dan Beebe haters, does this qualify as "doing something?" H/T Father Pan

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