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K-State Slate: 1.13.14

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As much as we'd like to ignore it, Saturday happened.

Yes, that midget is Thomas Gipson.
Yes, that midget is Thomas Gipson.
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Sorry for the delay. We had a veterinary emergency last night, and, well, you get it.

There's little in the way of Things To Discuss this morning, but there's obviously a lot of Discussion About That One Thing.

Previously on BotC: K-State Track dominated KU's Bill Easton Invitational on Friday.

LATE ADDITION - Football:

SB Nation's Pete Volk takes a look at 10 sleeper candidates for next season's CFB playoff. We care about #3.

Basketball:

Recaps of Saturday's debacle courtesy of Kellis Robinett at the Star, Ken Corbitt at the C-J, and CBSSports.com

Kevin Haskin breaks down the game, and Kellis rates the players. Corbitt, meanwhile, says Weber is second-guessing his substitution strategy for keeping the game close early.

Looking ahead to tomorrow night, Ryan Aber at the Oklahoman says K-State could slow down the Sooners.

The AP's Dave Skretta writes about how awesome the state of Kansas is at basketball.

Sports Extra sat down with Shane Southwell for a Q&A session.

The women also dropped Saturday's tilt in Norman. (The reason there was no recap from Jason was that he was at the Rimington Trophy Presentation Banquet on Saturday night; if you weren't aware, Jason is the selector for the FCS, D2, D3, and NAIA RImington Awards.) Here's coverage from the C-J and Guerin Emig at the Tulsa World.

The week ahead:

Tuesday night, the men host Oklahoma at Bramlage at 6pm, while the women tip off in Lubbock at 7pm.

Saturday, both teams are at home, playing a split double-header. Bob Huggins and West Virginia come calling at 12:30pm, while the Lady Cyclones drop in at 7pm. Also, at 12pm, the Wildcat Invitational gets underway at Ahearn.