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Slate: Can Kansas State’s D compete with Texas Tech’s O?

Kansas State needs to ramp up the pressure from the D-line, and do a little less breaking against a high powered Tech offense. Plus notes on Women’s golf and Volleyball.

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Bring on the Cats was in a bit of a time warp for Halloween yesterday, as TB took a look back at the KU game and concluding it’s not as bad as you think. Meanwhile, Luke Thompson and JT VanGilder chatted with our pal Seth Jungman about this weeks upcoming game against Texas Tech for our weekly Bring on the PodCats episode.


Kansas State has employed a bend but don’t break defensive system for years now, but it appears this season’s team has a lot more bend to it that in past seasons. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

One of the biggest reasons for more bending is a lack of sacks coming from the D-line. That’s something Kansas State hopes to change in the coming weeks. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Kansas State recruiting got into the Halloween spirit yesterday, sending Halloween inspired graphics to potential recruits. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)


Kansas State women’s golf team won both the team and individual tournament this past week at the Trinity Forest Invitational in Dallas, TX. This is the second tournament title for the women this season. (Staff Reports, Manhattan Mercury)


The Volleyball team hopes to upset the #3 ranked Texas Longhorns tonight. It’s been an up and down year for the Wildcats, and hopefully they can get a victory tonight to get back on the winning side. The match can be seen live on ESPNU at 8 pm. (Avery Osen, The Collegian)