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K-State Slate: 2.28.14

Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday...

Will Spradling is better than you
Will Spradling is better than you
Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Spo

Previously on BotC: Ahearn Alley looks at how road wins impact RPI in the Tournament Thursday feature, and in case you missed it, his Bring on the Podcast with Ken Corbitt.


By now, everyone has heard that Hays' Alex Delton has committed to K-State and is the first commit for the recruiting class of 2015. The future looks bright at quarterback. Kellis Robinett takes a closer look, as does Austin Colbert of the Hays Daily News.

Jake Trotter (ESPN) runs down special teams for the conference, in his Big 12 Spring Breakdown.

Men's Basketball:

CBS previews K-State's upcoming contest with Iowa State. The Collegian does too, and also attempts an in-depth look at how the two teams match up.

The take from the other side features five K-State players to watch. (Clones Confidential).

Dave Skretta (AP) notes that Big 12 teams are beating up on each other and how this affects team selection for the Dance.

Apparently, even Bill Self thinks Wichita State should be a one-seed, but only if "they take care of business."

The Collegian catches up with Michael Beasley in a short Q&A.

Women's Basketball:

The women's squad will try to find consecutive road wins for the first time since 2012. They close out their road schedule against Oklahoma State on Saturday.

By the way, Leti Romero is the top freshman scorer and passer in the Big 12, and a candidate for Big 12 Freshman of the Year.


The view from Baylor, as the slumping Lady Bears look to rebound against K-State this weekend. (The K-State version was featured in yesterday's Slate).


A recent survey suggests most people are not in favor of a proposal moving the start of the Kansas State Fair to Labor Day weekend.