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Slate: Kansas State is confident they won’t drop the ball against Texas.

Kansas State hopes its receivers do better catching the ball against Texas. Plus notes on Rowing and Volleyball.

NCAA Football: Baylor at Kansas State
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We don’t usually use the previously section to highlight yesterday’s slate, but today we’re making an exception. Yesterday’s slate has a great editorial by Luke Sobba as to why Wabash Cannonball is a uniquely K-State tradition, and why it should remain unsullied by F-#@ KU chants.


Bill Snyder doesn’t believe a lack of confidence is the causing the dropsies for the wide receiving corp. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Kansas State only threw the ball five times in the second half against Baylor. Part of that was the score, but the coaches lack of trust in the passing game is very concerning as the Wildcats head into their most difficult part of Big 12 play. (Dave Skretta, AP via

Finally, with Texas coming up Saturday evening the Longhorn fans should probably know these 5 things about Kansas State. (Ezra Siegel, Dallas Morning News)

Obviously the most important thing to know about Kansas State is, WE OWN TEXAS.


Kansas State’s rowing team opens their 2017 season in Oklahoma beginning Saturday the 7th and concluding the next day on the 8th. (Carolina Lewis, The Collegian)


Tonight the volleyball team travels to Fort Worth to face off against our purple brethren, the TCU Horned Frogs. Hopefully the Wildcats can break their two match losing streak. (Avery Osen, The Collegian)