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K-State Slate: 5.25.11

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Four K-State baseball players were honored by the Big 12, including closer James Allen (first team), third baseman Jason King (second team), outfielder Jared King (second team), and outfielder Nick Martini (honorable mention).

The Bat Cats begin Big 12 tournament play today in Oklahoma City, Okla., against the Oklahoma Sooners. First pitch is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Bricktown Ballpark. Speculation abounds regarding what the Wildcats would need to get an at-large bid to an NCAA Regional, but one thing is for certain: winning the tournament would remove all doubt.

What can the Big 12 learn from the Big 10? Clone Chronicles takes a look.

While we're talking about that, SB Nation's BYU blog, Vanquish the Foe, considers the possibility of an invitation to join the Big 12.