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K-State Slate: 5.27.15 - Football Readings and Tall Hungarians

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A few things out of the football realm, and a big (literally) commitment for the volleyballers.

...Why not?
...Why not?
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For all you degenerate gamblers out there, TB breaks down the upcoming Big 12 season according to Vegas regarding how many games each team will win next year.

Since there is not a lot of news floating around this week, Kevin Haskin looks to the past in his mid-week musings, discussing the best players in the ring of honor. His favorite choice will SHOCK you!!! (sorry) You may even learn a thing or two about the World Horseshoe Tournament...like the fact that it exists (I had no idea).

Do you have 150 friends with at least $100? Then you can potentially reserve the newly announced Wabash Landing for a game next year! The new premium seating area will fit snugly in the northwest corner of the Vanier complex and features a catered buffet, along with beer and wine during the first half.

The Big 12 blog lays out their ten most anticipated games (read: not best games) for next fall. Our game choice may generate a few snickers.

Let's all give a warm welcome to the Hungarian junior female player of the year, Zsofia Gyimes, whose commitment was announced yesterday. She won't be hard to miss on campus at 6'3", and brings the incoming freshman count up to four.