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K-State Slate: 1.20.12


K-State Basketball

The big news today is bad news as K-State center Jordan Henriquez has been suspended for "conduct detrimental to the team." Let's hope whatever it is gets straightened out quickly. K-State is entering a stretch of winnable games, but is a much better team with JO playing.

Rodney McGruder is starting to flourish in his role as K-State's primary scorer. He's scored 30 or more points in both his last two home games.

Peter loves covering basketball, and it shows. Check out his recap of K-State's win over Texas, as well as his excellent Texas Basketball Report, with discussion of the best home-court advantages in the country (hint: one located just a few feet south of Bill Snyder Family Stadium).

K-State Football

Clemson has hired Brent Venables as its new defensive coordinator, so K-State will be looking elsewhere, assuming it ever was considering Venables.

Big 12 Football

Charlie Weis dismissed quarterback Brock Berglund from his roster, but KU won't release Berglund from his scholarship.

College Football

If you're unfamiliar with college football recruiting, Spencer Hall has a beginner's guide to help you along.