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K-State Slate: 10.4.13

Iowa State gets Beebe'd, the Longhorn Network is a bastion of journalistic integrity, Tyler Lockett looks for redemption in Stillwater, preseason Big 12 basketball recognitions announced, and an SEC player is suspended for accepting money.

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Big 12 Football

We'll lead with the big story of the day, as Iowa State lost to Texas last night, 31-30. That in itself may not be noteworthy, other than being a close game. But oh, how it happened. The link above encapsulates the two "controversial" fumble calls at the end of the game, Paul Rhoads' epic press conference afterward, and the cheap shot by Mike Davis that should've been ground for ejection.

More on Texas

This SB Nation longform goes inside the Longhorn Network. It's a totally unbiased network that employs a guy who named his son Mack.

K-State Football

Last time he played in Stillwater, Tyler Lockett ran wild on Oklahoma State before suffering a season-ending (and nearly career-ending) injury. Lockett is looking for redemption this time.

Big 12 Basketball

Some preseason Big 12 recognitions were announced yesterday.


Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is suspended after allegedly accepting money from (and paying it back to) Alabama's assistant strength and conditioning coach.