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K-State Slate: 1.16.12

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K-State Basketball

Saturday was supposed to be the day K-State got back on track after a 1-2 start to conference play and a frustrating home loss to Baylor. Instead, K-State ran into an Oklahoma team that couldn't miss and dropped to 1-3 in Big 12 play after an 82-73 loss to the Sooners in Norman.

Freshman Angel Rodriguez did not play against the Sooners after poor practices following the Baylor game.

As usual, K-State is off to a slow start in conference play, and faces an uphill climb to get back in the hunt.

It's going to be a while before Frank lives down the "ever heard of that one?" line that he dropped on Stan Weber after the Baylor game. That may be a good thing.

K-State Football

At former K-State coach Vince Gibson's funeral, his old rival at KU, Pepper Rodgers, reminisced about the long-settled feud between the two.

It was not a good weekend for K-State's biggest stars in the NFL. Darren Sproles and the New Orleans Saints lost to the San Francisco 49ers after a wild fourth-quarter finish, while Jordy Nelson and the Green Bay Packers were stunned by the New York Giants.

K-State Women's Basketball

The Wildcats are now 4-0 in Big 12 play after beating No. 10 Texas Tech on the road, 62-61.

Big 12 Basketball

Missouri got a relatively easy win over Texas in Columbia on Saturday ... KU struggled mightily before putting away Iowa State in Lawrence ... Baylor hung a c-note on Oklahoma State ... and Texas A&M downed Texas Tech in College Station in a game that literally no one cared about.