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K-State Slate: 4.2.14

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Slow day. We'll be brief.

That guy on the far left: former K-State assistant Brian Fish, who's now a head coach.
That guy on the far left: former K-State assistant Brian Fish, who's now a head coach.
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Kellis Robinett has five questions leading into spring practice. You know what question one is.

Blue Valley OL A.J. Harris is crossing the border, committing to Missouri.

Blair Kerkhoff takes a look back at the ten Final Fours in Kansas City.

Montana State has a new coach, lifting Oregon assistant Brian Fish out from under Dana Altman. Fish has been with Altman since Altman's days in Manhattan, so if you're looking for a Big Sky team to root for, either you now have one... or you just became a Montana Grizzlies fan. Hey, I don't judge.

Jake Matthys is mortal, and the 'Cats are reeling. K-State dropped a 10-inning game to UNO, 6-5. JT's got the goods, as do the official site and Tim Perera at the Omaha World-Herald.

There is a Landon Lecture tonight, a roundtable moderated by John Currie featuring President Schulz, DeLoss Dodds, Bob Bowlsby, and ESPN president John Skipper. They'll be discussing major issues, and you can bet there will be comments on the Northwestern decision. It's at 7pm tonight, and you can watch it live (note that the live link won't be active until later today).