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John Currie stands by Bruce Weber.

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John Currie says Bruce Weber is the right coach for the program, and the biggest questions mark for Spring football is who will start at QB.

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Luke and Jon did an amazing job on the most recent podcast. Make sure you check it out as they interviewed Tim Everson, whose been tearing it up as sports editor for the Collegian.

We are into the home stretch of post-season basketball play, and Jon continued to provide us with a fantastic look at last nights action.

The purple Kool-Aid overflowed yesterday, as John Currie announced that "Bruce Weber is the right coach for our program". (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Yesterday, it was announced that Justin Edwards will play in the Gotham Hoops Invitational on April 9th. (Staff Reports, Capital Journal)

Former Wildcat Lon Kruger has his Oklahoma Sooners one win away from competing in the National Title Game. The last time that happened was 1994, before many of his current players were even born. (AP, via the Capital Journal)

Kansas State's biggest question mark leading into the 2016 season should be a familiar one to Wildcat fans. Who will play QB for the 'Cats?(Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Having a QB who can sling the ball, a running back who can take the rock to the house, and a reciever who can catch everything is a big key to being successful on offense in the Big 12. Kansas State had questionable talent at each of those positions last year, and given the uncertainty at the QB spot, it's hard to gauge how good or bad the offense will be in the 2016 season. (Jake Trotter, ESPN.com)

Yesterday, the Kansas Board of Regents announced Dennis Mullin of Manhattan would serve as the chair of the Kansas State University presidential search committee. (Mara Rose Williams, KC Star)

Kirk Shulz checked all the boxes for Washington State University, and his emphasis on using athletics to bolster support for the academic side of the university was a match made in heaven.(Braden Johnson, Daily Evergreen)