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K-State Slate: 11.12.14-MBB preview and Football notes

Slow news Wednesday makes its return as we are mired in the bye week blues.

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Teamwork was the name of the game yesterday here at Bring on the Cats, as Luke Thompson and Jon Morse teamed up for Tuesday's All SEC FEPO. Later last night, Purple Brunette and I combined to recap Week 12's College Football Playoff's Poll.

Kellis Robinett writes about Joe Hubener and his confidence in leading the Wildcat's second string offense.

TB's favorite writer, Bob Lutz, has the 10 worst losses for Kansas State fans.

Earlier this week, I posted a story that reported the Big 12 would submit Baylor as the conference champion to the playoff committee should they end up tied with TCU for the championship. However, a new report now indicates that the Big 12 won't submit/recommend any team if the Big 12 ends in a tie.

Tyler Lockett is one of ten finalists for the Senior CLASS award. The CLASS awards is rewarded to senior student-athletes whose attributes cover four areas: community, classroom, character and competition.

Tuesday was media day for Kansas State, and the biggest theme was moving on from the TCU game and not allowing any hangover to carry over to the West Virginia game.

Arne Green of the Salina Journal, believes K-State's size and depth at the Forward position will make a world of difference for Bruce Weber's team. Meanwhile,'s Rob Dauster, believes Kansas State's transfers will be a x-factor in the conference race.

Wendell Barnhouse continues his run of Big 12 basketball previews, this time with Kansas State's, where he notes that the Wildcats have the pieces to make a run at a Big 12 title this season.

Today is also basketball signing day so keep your eye out for our recap/stories following the signing of the newest basketball class at Kansas State.

Kansas State's second ranked equestrian team is heading out on the road for the first time this season, as they will face off against number five TCU, and number one Baylor this Saturday beginning at 10 am.