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.
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.
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.