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K-State Slate: 11.1.11




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Bill Snyder wants an option in four-year scholarships to remove players for inappropriate behavior, Arthur Brown is a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award, Nigel Malone is a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award (it's too bad David Garrett doesn't get the recognition he should because nobody throws at him), and K-State's game against Texas A&M will air at either 11 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. Oh, and the headline is about some team in a crap city in Missouri that plays "baseball."

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Check out this week's Numerical.

Tulane is targeting Mike Leach and Rich Rodriguez. Perfect, get them a job so they're available years down the line when we need a new coach, and keep them away from KU when it is inevitably trying to hire a coach for the impressive sum of $600,000 per season.

Two projections put K-State in the Cotton Bowl, the other two put K-State in the Insight Bowl. Can we just compromise and agree that the Alamo Bowl is a good destination?

The Missouri Saga f/k/a Conference Realignment

Missouri chancellor Brady Deaton has postponed his big trip to India to talk about science, fueling speculation that an announcement could be forthcoming making MU's move to the SEC official.

West Virginia is suing the Big East, seeking a release from the conference's 27-month waiting period so it can join the Big 12 next season.