It's a short and sweet day here in the Slate. In a few hours, expect Derek's recap of Saturday night's glorious victory, delayed due to Stuff. Today's off-topic topic: whatcha doin' tonight, party animals?
That Tyler Lockett kid sure is something, says Kevin Haskin.
Ken Corbitt reports that the Wildcats have changed their feelings about streaks -- they want this one to continue.
Meanwhile, in San Diego, the Lady Cats WON. Leti Romero notched her first career double-double, sinking 16 and delivering 10 assists, and freshman Jessica Sheble came off the bench to provide 11 points, as K-State (6-5) defeated Cal-Riverside (4-9). Next: Thursday night, Baylor at Bramlage. Pucker up.
Kansas is no longer the 33rd-most populous state in the union, according to new Census Bureau estimates. Despite approximately 1.4% growth since the 2010 census, the Sunflower State has been passed by Utah, which one of the fastest-growing states in the nation.