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Bring on the Podcast with the AP's Adam Suderman

Kansas State's regular AP correspondent joins the podcast to shed some light on the Marcus Foster drama, lay out some ideas for the Wildcats going forward and provide some insight into Bill Snyder's 2015 class.

Adam says Nino's scoring will be critical if the 'Cats are going to win some big games down the stretch.
Adam says Nino's scoring will be critical if the 'Cats are going to win some big games down the stretch.
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Adam Suderman, student correspondent for the Associated Press, joined KSUEMAW! and I this week to share what he's seen from Marcus Foster. Obviously, K-State is better off with its star shooting guard, but there are still many questions about how he'll do going forward. Adam says Nino Williams and Thomas Gipson remain the best options for veteran leadership, and he makes the case for Nigel Johnson over Jevon Thomas at point guard.

Finally, we took a quick look at Bill Snyder's most recent signing class, one that is surprisingly heavy on freshman and low on junior college transfers. Adam expects Joe Hubener to start under center next season, but Alex Delton could be in the mix.

You can find Adam's work on just about any national website covering college basketball, and follow him on Twitter at @adamsuderman.


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