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Bring on the Podcast with Joel Jellison

The Manhattan Mercury's basketball writer joins us again to preview what appears to be a promising season for a Kansas State team with a lot of new faces to complement the young guys who had so much success a year ago.

I want to see this celebration in March this season.
I want to see this celebration in March this season.
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It's a good week to not talk about football, so we invited The Manhattan Mercury's Joel Jellison back on the podcast to join KSUEMAW! and I in previewing the upcoming college basketball season. It starts Friday vs. Southern Utah, so this is your chance to find out if Joel predicts a loss like he did a year ago before the 'Cats failed to handle Northern Colorado. We also break down the rest of the schedule, as well as Kansas State's postseason chances.

Joel tells us why Wesley Iwundu, Malik Harris and Nino Williams all sat out for Sunday's exhibition, and we talk lineups, from who will start at point guard now that Will Spradling has moved on and whether K-State will actually play with two post men on a regular basis or continue to use a stretch 4. Finally, we touch on who else might be tough in the Big 12, as well as important things like which Wildcat will be leading the tunnel dance.

Don't forget to read Joel's work at The Mercury's website, and you should also follow him on Twitter at @Joel_Jellison.

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