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K-State Slate: 3.4.11

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It's been a question we've discussed often on this blog, but not so much since the turnaround: Where does Jacob Pullen rank among K-State's all-time greats? I can't answer that question with certainty yet, but there's no doubt in my mind that his number will find its way to the Octagon's rafters.

The K-State baseball home opener is tonight. Yesterday's weather would have been better, but hey, baseball's back. That's always good news, right?

While we're on the subject of college baseball, here are a couple interesting links for you. JJ Stankevitz (a/k/a UribeAuction), friend of BOTC, has an excellent post on KBIA Sports about the NCAA's new bat regulations and the effect it's had on Missouri baseball this year. SB Nation's "Beyond the Box Score" takes a slightly more broad-based look at the subject, and it's fairly obvious that offensive production is down significantly this year.

Mike Anderson won't talk about Arkansas, and you know what that means OMIGOD HE'S SOOOOOO GOING TO ARKANSAS WHOOOO PIG SOOOOEEEEEEYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!