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K-State Slate: 10.6.14 - Williams, Nealy, Dodds join Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

It's a light Slate today as we head into another bye week.

These guys are great. They need to get better this week.
These guys are great. They need to get better this week.
Jamie Squire

The Wildcats jumped six spots in both the AP and Coaches' poll, and that was all we did here yesterday.

Tim Bisel and John Zetmeir at the Topeka Capital-Journal shine a light on Curry Sexton and his fantastic performance Saturday night.

Stringing for the AP, and published in the Amarillo Globe-News, Collegian editor Adam Suderman reported on Kliff Kingsbury's thoughts on the game. Spoiler: Kingsbury's really impressed with the Wildcat defense.

David Ubben at FOX has his best and worst of the Big 12, calling Curry Sexton's catch the second-best catch of the weekend. He's also got his power rankings for the week, in which K-State remains right where they were last week -- with Oklahoma State dropping behind the Wildcats and TCU vaulting to the top.

The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame inducted ten new members over the weekend. The Wichita Eagle profiled all the new inductees: Smith Center football coach Roger Barta, Lawrence high football coach Bill Freeman, All-American swimmer for Stanford and Wichita native Caroline Bruce McAndrew, Wichita State baseball coach Gene Stephenson, Emporia State track star Bill Tidwell, and two KU basketball greats in All-American Walt Wesley and the late Charlie Hoag, who played on KU's 1952 championship team and won a gold medal with Team USA. The remaining three inductees are all Wildcats: former track coach and athletic director DeLoss Dodds, K-State's all-time leading rebounder Ed Nealy, and two-time All-American Chuckie Williams.