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K-State Slate: 9.25.13

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Football looks to use bye week to regroup, men's and women's golf teams compete in their second fall tournaments, and volleyball loses exhibition match. Also, Chip Kelly perfects his formula, NCAA reduces Penn State's sanctions, and K-State could lose a record it really doesn't want to hold.

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K-State Football

K-State needs to regroup after its Texas trouncing.

Given that it needs to regroup, this actually sounds like the perfect time for a bye week for K-State.

K-State is still working on a quarterback plan. I have some suggestions.

K-State Volleyball

K-State lost its exhibition match against Italy's Under-23 national team in five sets.

K-State Women's Golf

The Wildcats finished second at their home invitational, 16 shots behind KU.

K-State Men's Golf

K-State fired a final-round 290 to bounce back from a bad first day and finished 13th at the St. Mary's Invitational.

SB Nation

Chip Kelly used New Hampshire as the laboratory to perfect his offensive system.

The NCAA has reduced Penn State's sanctions.

Bill's Numerical is out.As noted yesterday, KU's losing streak in conference games currently stands at 1,446 days. K-State's longest conference losing streak -- and as far as I can tell, the longest Big 8/12 conference losing streak -- is 1,463 games days. So if you want KU to take over this dubious distinction, cheer for Texas Tech and TCU the next two weeks.