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Bring on the PodCats with Kellis Robinett

We talk with one of K-State’s most knowledgeable beat writers about what’s going on with the football program and ways this forgettable basketball season could improve.

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The podcast returns this week for the first time since before the Liberty Bowl, so we figured it would be a good time to catch up on football and discuss the direction of the men’s basketball team. We could think of no better guest to help us out than Kellis Robinett, the longtime K-State beat reporter for the Wichita Eagle and Kansas City Star.

We began with an assessment of Kansas State’s loss in the Liberty Bowl, particularly what the Wildcat offense could have done better to avoid such a frustrating loss. Then we also looked ahead to what still appears to be a very bright future for Chris Klieman and the Cats. The immediate future doesn’t look so bright for Kansas State basketball, but Kellis and Eric offer some good ideas for how the Wildcats could find some positives this season to help return K-State to where it wants to be in the future.

Don’t forget to follow Kellis on Twitter @kellisrobinett and subscribe to read his stories in the Wichita Eagle or the Kansas City Star.

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