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Brother fights brother, cats and dogs sleep together, and we'll probably be tricked into thinking we have answers when it's all done.

Targets! Give me targets!
Targets! Give me targets!
Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Who: White vs. Purple

When: April 26, 2014 | 1:10 p.m. CT

Where: Manhattah, KS | Bill Snyder Family Stadium (50,000)

Media: Radio only, on a truncated segment of the K-State Sports Network. The game will be available on the following stations:

Beloit KVSV 105.5 FM
Chanute KINZ 95.3 FM
Clay Center KCLY 100.9 FM
Dodge City KAHE 95.5 FM
Great Bend KZRS 107.9 FM
Junction City KJCK 1420 AM
Kansas City WHB 810 AM
Liberal KSMM 1470 AM
Manhattan KMAN 1350 AM
Manhattan KMKF 101.5 FM
North Fort Riley KBLS 102.5 FM
Pittsburgh KSEK 1340 AM
Salina KSAL 1150 AM
Wichita KQAM 1480 AM
Everywhere Else SiriusXM 85

Streaming: Available on, but as a premium offering only. No free video, but audio is free.

It's time for you to get that maintenance fix you'll need to (we hope) get through until the end of August. The Purple and White will face off this afternoon, and I'm sure we'll see all sorts of crazy nonsense that we won't see again until next April. If recent spring games are any indication, I expect to see Jake Waters rush for 330 yards, Joe Hubener to pass for 300, and not one single running back even touch the football.

And I'm only sort of joking.

This is your open thread, and since the game availability is limited, you're all strongly encouraged to comment profusely on what you're seeing for the benefit of those who can't watch.

Things we're all interested in today:

  • Can Daniel Sams run routes and catch the ball?
  • Can any of our running backs actually run?
  • Aside from our questions about Sams, does Jake Waters have any other reliable targets besides Lockett?
  • How do the new bodies on the offensive line look?
  • The defensive line and safeties will probably be fine, but what about the linebackers and, perhaps most importantly given attrition, the corners?
  • Do we have a punter?

Time to roar, Wildcats. Let's hope we at least get an entertaining show this afternoon.