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K-State Slate: 2.26.14

The Cats finally get that road win, and they also get a new quarterback.

Wesley Iwundu does more than phantom hand-slaps.
Wesley Iwundu does more than phantom hand-slaps.
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Previously on BotC: Curtis's weekly column, Ahearn visits with Capital-Journal writer Ken Corbitt on Bring on the Podcast, and K-State signs 11 new athletes in track and field, including two or three probable Olympians.


Sporting News has released its top 25 players for 2014, and one Tyler Lockett is sitting at #13.

Oh, and there was this other thing.

Men's Basketball:

Following a night when K-State assured themselves of a non-losing conference record, picked up an acceptable road win, and Will Spradling swished a three for his 1000th career point, we have recaps galore. K-State's official recap, Texas Tech's official recap, John Zetmeir at The Collegian, Kellis Robinett at The Star, Corbitt at The Capital-Journal, Krista Pirtle at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, the AP story via the Amarillo Globe-News, and Reuters.

Corbitt also focuses on Wesley Iwundu in another post-game report, and there's also Robinett's post-game notebook, where he notes that the Tech crowd was... ill-behaved. Hey, Raiders, throwing stuff on the floor is never cool. We learned that a long time ago.

If anyone makes fun of Iwundu's phantom hand-slaps, just remind them: they're part of his follow-through, and a routine doesn't get broken just because he's all alone at the free throw line.

Women's Basketball:

Emilio Rivera at The Collegian previews tonight's clash in Lawrence.


The ladies head to the Savitt Tennis Center in New York this weekend to take on Columbia (4-2) on Friday and Memphis (6-4) on Saturday. They'll be trying to bounce back from a weekend sweep in Tulsa which lowered their record to 5-3.