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K-State Slate: 4.19.11

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The Bat Cats' hard-luck baseball season continued yesterday in Lincoln. Down to its last strike, K-State tied up the game in the top of the ninth, only to see Nebraska push across the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth. The 5-4 loss gave Nebraska the series, drops K-State to 5-10 in conference play, and for the moment has the Cats out of the Big 12 tournament.

It's been one year since Dylan Meier died in a tragic Arkansas hiking accident. His friends are keeping his life's message alive by starting a Foundation in his honor.

The Mercury writes that Miami has interviewed Wisconsin-Milwaukee coach Rob Jeter. Or at least that's what the headline says. The actual body of the story doesn't say that he's been interviewed. I'm very confused.

The K-State 2025 process is moving along. Seven committees have produced strategic action plans, and the final integrated plan will be announced in August 2011. Maybe one of these days I'll get around to reading all of this.

Unpaid contributors to Huffington Post have sued its owner. Don't get any ideas Pan, Bracket, KSB or Ahearn.