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K-State Slate: 12.13.14 - 'Murrica

It's the Army-Navy game. Go America!

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Yes, there is real live football today, and you can catch all the details in Jon Morse's Week 16 TV schedule. Also, Luke Thompson hosts our old friend Derek Smith on this week's edition of Bring on the Podcast.

It's the Army-Navy game. (Eddie Timanus, USAToday). With a Navy win, Ken Niumatalolo will become the winningest coach in the 133-year history of the program. (Gene Wang, Washington Post)

Closer to home, motivation is not a problem for the team heading into the Alamo Bowl. (Kellis Robinett, Kansas City Star)

Many Kansas State fans are disappointed by the 2014 season, but success should not be measured by championships alone. (Timothy Everson, K-State Collegian)

Down the river, the new head man in Lawrence is saying all the right things. David Beaty wants to build the team's in-state reputation and is humbled to be part of a great rivalry with Kansas State. (Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital-Journal)

It's finals week in Manhattan. That means a good luck message from Bill Snyder (but not a handwritten note in slanted purple ink, sadly). (Adam Suderman, K-State Collegian)

Kansas State basketball is in a state of discontent. Here's a preview of tomorrow's Savannah State game. (Kellis Robinett, Kansas City Star)

The winning streak is over. The Wildcats lost their first game of the season, losing a close, messy contest to Wichita State, 51-48. Aisha Woods and Breanna Lewis were both in the double digits, but the team also committed ten turnovers. This is Kansas State's second consecutive loss to the Shockers, and the first time they've dropped two in a row to Wichita State since 1993. (K-State SID)

Thirty eight student-athletes will graduate from Kansas State this month. Special kudos to DeMarcus Robinson (criminology), who is the first person in his family to earn a college degree, and to track star Fernando Roman (mathematics), a nominee for the Rhodes and Marshall scholarships. This SE feature lists all the graduates. Congratulations and good luck to all! (Kelly McHugh, K-State SID)