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K-State Slate: 2.26.14

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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.

Football:

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.

Tennis:

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.