One would think that on the morning following bowl selections there would be a great deal to share with you. But really, there's not much out there that we haven't already covered. Still, we will get through this. Together. As a team.
As long as you can catch the ball when I get it to you.
Sorry, too soon.
Jon and Luke were hard at work yesterday. Luke had a nice preview of the Arkansas Razorbacks ready to go for you as soon as Jon was able to confirm the opponent. Confirming the destination wasn't an issue, as that had already been taken care of Saturday night.
And meanwhile, Jon also threw together this handy-dandy bowl schedule for your immediate consumption. Of course, that's sort of superseded by SB Nation's annual blowout bowl schedule, which includes expert picks and links to brief (and sometimes hilariously inaccurate) previews of each bowl.
Oh, and Kaleb Prewett went and got himself arrested on a charge that literally wasn't even a charge back in my day. Sigh. More on this in a moment.
A potpourri of articles about K-State's bowl selection:
- The Liberty Bowl has been hoping to get K-State ever since they aligned with the Big 12, reveals the Star's Kellis Robinett.
- AP preview via FOX.
- Another preview from C. Austin Cox at BCSNN, which actually shows K-State some freakin' respect.
- K-State's own Bowl Central
- With the game in Memphis, obviously Phil Stukenborg of the Memphis Commercial-Appeal weighs in.
- From the enemy camp: Matt Jones at Arkansas Online
- The official Arkansas bowl central page
- Finally, and most importantly, our friend Doc Harper over at Arkansas Fight with his own preview of the contest.
More details, although not many, on Prewett's arrest from Kellis Robinett.
Check in on our Coaching Carousel, where Will Muschamp has gone to South Carolina and Matt Ruhle has gotten PAID by Temple.
Darren Sproles did the thing yesterday.
And finally... K-State swept the Big 12 player of the week honors. Deante Burton, Charmeachealle Moore, and that Morgan Burns dude all took home awards.
The ladies (5-1, 0-0 Big 12) are back home and in action tonight at 7 against The University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley (formerly known as Texas-Pan American). They also have a new nickname: the Vaqueros. UTRGV (5-3, 0-0 WAC) is led by junior Shawnte' Goff (15.3), who scored 14 against Oklahoma State on Saturday. The game is only televised on COX Kansas, so we won't be game-threading.