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K-State Slate: 11.11.14-A Smorgasbord of Fall Sports

With a football bye week, it's a slow football news day. But that's okay because K-State's other fall sports have picked up the slack.

With a bye week, other fall sports are picking up the slack.
With a bye week, other fall sports are picking up the slack.
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Happy Veterans day. Thank you to all the Veterans who served this great country.

As confirmed by Mohamed Barry's twitter account he committed to Kansas State yesterday, and I recapped his commitment as lucky number 13 for the 2015 recruiting class. Also yesterday, Jon Morse broke down Kansas State's bowl scenarios.

Ken Corbitt, of the Capital-Journal, notes Kansas State's bye week came at a perfect time, giving them ample opportunity to regroup before the West Virginia game.

Mike Casazza, West Virginia beat writer for the Charleston Daily Mail, observes that West Virginia wasn't the only one hit hard by a loss on Saturday, and that both teams will look to stop the bleeding when they match-up next Thursday.

Austin Earl from the Collegian, writes about the Big 12 picture clearing up as the final month of games approaches.

The second exhibition game for the Lady Cats went much better than the first, writes John Zetmeir of the Capital-Journal, as they cruised to an 80-30 victory over Newman.

Former Kansas State golfer Robert Streb is back on top of the PGA FedEx Cup Tour standings after finishing eighth in the Sanderson Farms Championship.

The Sunflower Showdown returns to the volleyball court, this time in Ahearn Field house, as Kansas is set to take on Kansas State this Wednesday at 7:30. Kansas State will look to sweep the Showdown, and keep the Jayhawks win less in Manhattan since 2011.