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K-State Slate: 12.8.11


K-State Football

The Big 12 Conference announced its postseason awards yesterday. First team all-conference selections included Arthur Brown, Ray Kibble and Nigel Malone on defense and Clyde Aufner on offense. Notice the gaping omission there: David Garrett. Tyler Lockett was the offensive freshman of the year even though he missed the last four games of the season, and Brown was the defensive newcomer of the year. Bill Snyder was the coach of the year, of course. Bryce Brown was curiously absent from all postseason lists.

K-State Basketball

Bob Huggins is at peace. When you say it like that, it's like he died or something.

The Big 12 men's basketball tournament will be played at Sprint Center in Kansas City through 2014, as previously scheduled.

K-State Volleyball

The upset win over Nebraska was nice, but K-State is looking for more in the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats get their chance tomorrow against Pepperdine in Honolulu, Hawai'i.

KU Coaching Search

KU AD Sheahon Zenger is now focusing on former NFL head coaches. Because those usually work out so well at the college level.