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K-State Slate: 10.10.11

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Postgame Reaction will be up later tonight.

K-State Football

After a 5-0 start, K-State is starting to change perceptions.

The Wildcats capitalized on Missouri mistakes to take a 24-17 victory Saturday.

No late defensive stand was needed in this one, although an overly conservative defense in the fourth quarter made things more interesting than necessary.

Missouri's Dominique Hamilton unexpectedly provided some extra motivation for K-State when talking about how he expected Missouri's defense to "dominate" against K-State's rushing attack.

K-State Volleyball

The Wildcats got another win to move to 3-2 in Big 12 Conference play, sweeping Texas Tech in Lubbock.

Big 12 Football

Oklahoma annihilated Texas, 55-17, in the Red River Shootout.

Texas A&M started fast and held on to beat Texas Tech, 45-40. Texas Tech won the "dude, gross" competition, though, by vandalizing one of Texas A&M's buses with "excrement" and spray-painted vulgarities.

Baylor got back on track with a 49-26 win over Iowa State.

KU set more records for defensive futility in a 70-28 loss to Oklahoma State.

Conference Realignment

Dan Beebe said he suggested equal revenue sharing and a grant of media rights years ago. Good thing we needed to see two schools leave, have OU and Texas turned down by the Pac-12, and fire the commissioner who suggested those changes before those changes were actually made.

Chuck Neinas said Missouri has not been given a deadline, and won't be unless The Decision II drags on to the end of the academic year.

Air Force may be headed to the Big East after turning down the Big 12. This raises one major question in my mind: why the hell were we going after Air Force? Are we really that far down the list? I mean, if we're down to Air Force, why not just grab Houston?