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K-State Slate: 9.18.12

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K-State Football

After taking yet another kickoff to the house against North Texas, Tyler Lockett was named Big 12 special teams player of the week. Now, let's get him an offensive player of the week award for receiving and/or rushing yards.

Oklahoma's defense is focused on Collin Klein. Which is only fair, because K-State's defense is focused on Landry Jones. The two teams have quarterbacks who can beat you in totally different ways.

With the obvious exception of 2003, Oklahoma has been K-State's nemesis in Big 12 play. Bill Snyder is only 1-7 against his former assistant, Bob Stoops.

Robinett's Big 12 blog links several sources who are giving Klein some Heisman hype. Also, when asked if there was something about Bill Snyder not many know, Bob Stoops said he used to be a swimmer.

Don't! Get! Eliminated! K-State is still alive in the SB Nation BCS Eliminator.

K-State Basketball

Bruce Weber picked up a commitment from three-star small forward Wesley Iwundu of Houston, Texas. Stop me if you've heard this before about a K-State recruit: "a slashing-type penetrator who is working on his outside shot."

K-State Volleyball

Kaitlynn Pelger is the Big 12 player of the week after leading undefeated K-State to three wins at the Golden Hurricane Invitational in Tulsa, Okla.

With their impressive week, K-State moved up to No. 11 in the AVCA poll.