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K-State Slate: 10.24.11

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K-State Football

K-State rolled to an easy 59-21 win over KU on Saturday in Lawrence.

Tyler Lockett had a breakout game for K-State, returning a kickoff for a touchdown and hauling in five passes for 110 yards and another score.

The blowout win over KU moves K-State to 7-0 on the season, and the Wildcats are starting to get some national recognition. Not enough national recognition, however, to garner a visit from College GameDay for next weekend's showdown with Oklahoma.

Bracket posted this last week, but Dr. Saturday takes a look at the strange case of K-State, unbeaten at the turn (and past the turn now).

It's Getting Uncomfortable for Turner Gill in Lawrence

Tom Keegan challenges KU AD Sheahon Zenger to find the money required to buy out Gill's contract, which runs for three more years after this season at $2 million per year.

K-State Volleyball

A third-set rally by No. 22 Oklahoma turned the tide as K-State lost in four sets to the Sooners in Norman. The ladies return home to face Missouri on Wednesday.

The Missouri Saga f/k/a Conference Realignment

Three sources tell Gabe DeArmond that Missouri will conditionally withdraw from the Big 12 today. Same song, second verse, as the Tigers are following the Texas A&M blueprint to a "T". Love the façade that the SEC isn't orchestrating this because it wants to avoid the potential liability.

Chip Brown covers his bases with tweets indicating that West Virginia has a slight lead on Louisville to be Missouri's replacement and that Notre Dame will decide in 60 days whether to move its non-football sports out of the Big East.