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K-State Slate: 4.9.14

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They didn't want it good; they wanted it Wednesday.

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Not a whole lot going on, but there is the one bit of news...

Daniel Sams may be making a much-anticipated switch to wide receiver. It will probably be a good use of Sams' athletic skills, and he will be happier as a contributor than as a backup with little playing time. Also, he may be needed to shore up a receiving corps that falls off a bit after Tyler Lockett. Coach Snyder thinks Sams is adjusting well to his new role.

Dave Skretta (AP) attempts to answer some of the questions around K-State this spring.

K-State held its first spring press conference, and Snyder and the players are united in their use of the word "progress."

Relief pitcher Jake Mathyss helped the BatCats to a 3-2 victory over Wichita State at Tointon on Wednesday. The Capital-Journal covers the story here.

Up next, a road trip to Lincoln to take on Nebraska.

The men's team finished 18-over-858, good for sixth at the recently concluded 2014 Wyoming Cowboy Classic. Senior Daniel Wood shot 4-over-206 for a fourth place individual finish. His 67 in the second and third rounds tied for lowest two-round scores.

The K-State netters are off to Texas, for matches against TCU and Texas Tech. Petra Niedermeyerova only needs one more doubles win to top the all-time doubles wins record at K-State.

A couple from Smith County has just donated $1.5 million to K-State for the engineering expansion. The donation is earmarked for the Student Design Team Suite.