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K-State Slate: 11.14.11




K-State Football

It's not entirely clear how Collin Klein is still in one piece, much less putting K-State on what's left of his shoulders, but he carried the Wildcats to a 53-50 win in four overtimes over Texas A&M.

As you might expect from a four-overtime game, there were some tense moments.

K-State's defense wasn't bad, holding Texas A&M to 31 points in regulation.

With Tyler Lockett out, it was time for Tramaine Thompson to step up.

K-State is now No. 13 in the BCS standings.

K-State Basketball

It wasn't pretty, but K-State got a season-opening win against Charleston Southern on Friday night.

Junior Rodney McGruder and sophomore Will Spradling provided the second-half spark that led K-State to a victory.

K-State Volleyball

The Wildcats won the first set at Gregory Gymnasium in Austin on Saturday, but No. 8 Texas stormed back for a four-set victory. K-State plays No. 13 Iowa State in Ames on Wednesday.

College Football

It was a rough weekend for the knee ligaments of Big 12 football players. Missouri's Henry Josey suffered a tear of his ACL, MCL and patellar tendon. In the same game, UT's Fozzy Whittaker tore his ACL and MCL and is out for the rest of his senior season.