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K-State Slate: 3.8.12

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K-State Basketball

When K-State and Baylor get together in basketball, thrills usually ensue. Fourteen of the past 16 meeting, including both games this year, were decided by a single possession.

K-State may as well consider Kansas City the first part of its NCAA Tournament journey, because the Wildcats' play in Kansas City will significantly affect their seeding in the Big Dance.

Haskin has musings beyond the midweek. Could someone spoil Border War III? Maybe, but it probably won't happen today (now that I say that, it will undoubtedly happen today).

After Frankuary, K-State is again hitting its stride heading into the most important month of the season.

SB Nation's Bracketology still has K-State seeded 8th, playing Cincinnati in Louisville, with a second-round meeting with Kentucky as the possible reward.

K-State Women's Basketball

K-State is currently projected to make the NCAA Tournament field, but are headed the wrong way quickly. The Wildcats open the Big 12 Tournament this morning at 11 a.m. against Iowa State in Municipal Auditorium, and a win would be a big help.

Big 12 Tournament

Texas A&M ended Oklahoma's season with a 62-53 win last night ... Oklahoma State put Texas Tech out of its misery.