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K-State Slate: 10.20.11




K-State Football

It's good to hear that KU isn't overlooking the game this weekend with next week's big TLN matchup in Austin looming.

In the win over Texas Tech, K-State got back to one of the things that has always set it apart -- good special teams play.

Redshirt freshman B.J. Finney is becoming a leader from his position in the middle of the offensive line. 

Donate to Jamie's Wish here.

Don't forget to vote in Anon's poll.

K-State Volleyball

K-State continued its utter domination of KU in volleyball with a four-set win in Lawrence on Wednesday night.

K-State Women's Basketball

Jalana Childs has recovered from a hairline hip fracture last year and is ready to lead K-State, who was picked ninth in the conference this year. Don't be surprised a bit if the Wildcats finish higher than ninth in the final standings.

In other news from Big 12 women's basketball media day, Kim Mulkey had the quote of the year, describing her thoughts on the possibility of continuing to play Texas A&M after the Aggies leave the Big 12.

The Missouri Saga f/k/a Conference Realignment

I'm getting really tired of hearing "if K-State, KU and Iowa State had any options, they would leave, too." So tired of it that I may have to write about it at more length.

At least one Missouri fan is willing to put together an editorial opposing Missouri's move to the SEC.

It's not quite as good as Kim Mulkey's quote, but Barking Carnival describes why Texas won't continue to play Texas A&M. Strictly business, baby. Strictly. Business.