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K-State Slate: 11.30.11

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K-State Football

K-State took some time off with the bye week, which allowed Collin Klein time to heal. Let's hope John Hubert got healthy, too.

We don't know which bowl game will be K-State's destination yet, but Freebirds World Burrito is giving away two Cotton Bowl tickets, plus airfare, lodging and meals. If you've never heard of Freebird, it's a Texas-based Mexican restaurant. Definitely worth entering.

Wide Right and Natty Light has a list of famous things that have happened since Bill Snyder was born. Considering that Snyder is 72 years old, it's quite a list.

American Airlines has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Let's hope this doesn't affect AA's direct flights from Dallas and Chicago to Manhattan.

Big 12 Basketball

Kitchen has five story lines from the first few weeks of the Big 12 basketball season.

Big 12 Football

Spencer Hall was on hand for the final Lone Star Showdown, and of course he wrote an awesome post about it.

Conference Realignment

TexAgs is the gift that keeps on giving. Posting under an alias on the site, the CFO of A&M's athletic department called school president R. Bowen Loftin a "putz" and "a hopelessly underqualified puppet."

Also from Kitchen, Louisville is telling its football recruits that the school will soon be headed to the Big 12.

West Virginia has moved to dismiss the Big East's lawsuit against WVU.