It’s a SLate kinda day. Let’s get right to it.
Luke Sobba, Jon Morse, and TB got together to share some thoughts on the College Basketball Corruption trial.
Then, Derek Smith gave us a breakdown of Kansas State’s newly released 2019 football schedule.
When you pick up your first conference victory with a win over those evil fake avian mammals from down the river you get the lead spot in the Slate. The Wildcats snapped their losing streak in fine fashion, downing a ranked KU team last night in four sets. Kylee Zumach and Gloria Mutiri led the way with 13 kills each. (Jil Price Igara, Volleymob.com)
We’re already half way through the college football season, which means it’s time for mid-season grades. The good news for Kansas State is they aren’t alone in holding the worst grade in the Big 12. (Kevin Flaherty, 247sports.com)
The three back diamond formation debuted last week by Kansas State hearkens back to an “old-school section” of the Bill Snyder play book which is often overlooked. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
One of Kansas State’s “incredible athlete’s” hasn’t seen the field this season, and won’t be able to play until next year. That’s because WR transfer Hunter Rison has to sit out this season due to NCAA rules, but during his red-shirt year Rison has already impressed his teammates. (Ryan Black, Manhattan Mercury)