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K-State Slate: 8.1.12

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K-State Football

The calendar has rolled over to August, and while we won't get actual football this month, today is reporting day for K-State's football players. Let's hope that Marquez Clark is the only no-show.

K-State defensive end Meshak Williams is on the preseason watch list for the Hendricks Award. The award recognizes the nation's best defensive end.

David Ubben asks why K-State shouldn't be considered among the nation's elite rushing attacks.

Sticking with the Ubben theme, he's up to Week 10 in his preseason predictions. After knocking off Oklahoma State in Manhattan, he has K-State tied for third in the conference at 7-2 (4-2).

K-State Basketball

K-State released its non-conference basketball schedule yesterday. There are some big games on the schedule, just not in Manhattan.

Big 12 Football

Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads claims this year's team is his deepest and most talented ever. But in his preview, Bill Connelly needs to be convinced, because there appear to be several gaping holes on the Cyclones' roster.