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K-State Slate: 3.3.11




Haskin has his midweek musings, in which he speculates that it's better K-State stay unranked. Unfortunately, that won't be the case after this week.

As mentioned last night, the K-State women defeated No. 5 Texas A&M, 71-67, at Bramlage.

I thought last night's Colorado loss to Iowa State meant K-State had locked up the four seed regardless of what happened Saturday, but the bracket generator is telling me that if Mizzou wins and we lose on Saturday, Missouri takes the four seed. Turns out that, if Missouri beats KU and we lose to Iowa State, Mizzou would be 6-4 in the North while K-State would be 5-5. Thus, I stand corrected, Missouri is still in the race for the four seed.

I haven't read it yet, but Sports Illustrated's feature story this week is about college athletes with a criminal record. Those who have read it are skeptical of the "findings."

And finally, UConn played in a BCS bowl this year...and lost $1.8 million on the trip. So, is the publicity a school receives from playing in a bowl game worth a nearly $2 million loss?