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Kansas State Wins Football & Volleyball Awards

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Plus football tidbits, and could a leader in the athletic department be leaving?

NCAA Football: Florida Atlantic at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

Previously

Luke Thompson provided us with a recap of last week’s soccer action where-in we learn Kansas State is once again better than KU.

Football

There were still some tidbits to clean up Monday following the FAU game, including way too many penalites. (Kellis Robinett, The Eagle)

The running back position is still a work in progress, though it’s not for lack of talent. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Kansas State will take on West Virginia at 2:30 on October 1st. (KStatesports.com)

Dominque Heath won the Big 12 special teams player of the week award following a 75 yard punt return for a touchdown. (Mercury Staff Reports)

I’m not sure how you go from losing to Central Michigan to the best team in the Big 12, but somehow the Collegian put Oklahoma State at number 1 in their power rankings. (Riley Gates, The Collegian)

Little Gronk worked out with Big Brother Gronk’s Patriots earlier today. (Tommy Chalk, The Washington Times)

We can’t quit discussing North Dakota State, and today’s post examines how competative the Bison would be in the Big 10 West. (Alex Kirshner, SBNation)

Volleyball

Offensive player of the week went to Kansas State’s Bryna Vogel after setting a career high in kills with 21 against Southern Miss. (Big12Sports.com)

Soccer

The first home game in Kansas State history was fun, but also a bit awkward. (Shelton Burch, The Collegian)

Misc.

While neither of the reports come from sites I’ve read before, where there’s smoke there’s fire, and this time the fire comes in the form of AD John Currie visiting Florida’s campus Tuesday. (Mike Huguenin Gridiron Now, and Zach Abolverdi SEC Country)