Election day. Go vote.
Monday was a pretty slow news day all around as even Bring on the Cats began the week slowly. Jon Morse, however, brought his "A" game with an article comparing how different NCAA divisions stack up against one another. PervisPascosTravellingCircus brought the evening to a close by asking which Purple is the better Purple.
Jason McKee, of the Kansas City Star, has your write up on Jake Waters selection as a semi-finalist for the Maxwell Award. This award is given to the top player in college football, as voted on by, journalists, NCAA coaches and members of the Maxwell club.
Our (fre)nemy, dnoll5 of RCT, has your Big 12 conference recap. While Jake Trotter notes, in ESPN's Big 12 blog, that November 8th is judgment day for the Big 12 as the top four contenders square off, to determine who has the inside track to the title.
In other meaningless rankings, the USA Today re-ranks all FBS teams from 1-128, with Kansas State checking in at number 5.
K-State is ready for a brutal stretch run to end the season, writes Arne Green of the Salina Journal.
Meanwhile, Ken Corbitt of the Capital Journal, has news and notes from around the conference, noting that Mike Gundy believes the TCU-Kansas State matchup is a "coin toss".
Kellis Robinett also has your weekly recap, preview, and power rankings with Kansas State in at number two in his rankings.
Matt Murschel, of the Orlando Sentinel, examines the playoff picture for the Top 10 teams, and looks at any obstacles they may face while marching towards College Football's first playoff.
Erik Horne, of The Oklahoman, has your Big 12 notebook, where Art Briles says there's no pressure to go win in Norman.
AP writer, Dave Skretta, has a story about Tyler Lockett, and his quest to become the all time leader in receiving yards.
The Kansas City Star has put out this friendly 2014-2015 basketball schedule for both Men, and Women's games, including TV times and channels.
It's hard to believe, but basketball season is literally just around the corner, and Athlon Sports has your Kansas State Basketball Team Preview.
Adam Suderman, Timothy Everson, and Jon Parton of The Collegian, brings you their Big 12 Men's basketball predictions, where-in they pick Kansas State to finish third, behind Oklahoma and Kansas.
John Zetmeir, at the Capital-Journal, has you covered with his recap of K-State's, way to close for comfort, victory over Emporia State in Jeff Mittie's coaching debut. I'm not worried yet, as I believe Bob Huggins also had a closer than it should have been win in his exhibition/coaching debut at Kansas State.
Grant Flanders, of The Collegian, also has a recap of yesterday's exhibition game.