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K-State Slate 12.3.14-Basketball recaps, and football prep.

Recaps galore following last nights men's basketball victory, and the football team prepares for a de facto conference title game this weekend in Baylor.

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We have a bunch to get to from yesterday on Bring On The Cats, so let's get right to it. Jon and TheBigE both had gameday specific articles that are now a little dated, so we'll start with BracketCat and a breakdown of the football depth chart. Morse followed that up, with a breakdown of the new College Football Playoff poll, where Kansas State is ranked ninth. Curtis Kitchen has his weekly musings, where-in he reflects on what a great time it is to be a Wildcat fan. PervisPascoTravellingCircus, brought you the crowdsourcing for the Baylor game, while TheBigE closed us out last night with a recap of Kansas State's 84-66 victory over Nebraska-Omaha.

Dave Skretta (AP via Salina Journal) has a story about the lessons the Wildcats learned during the 2012 loss to Baylor. Brandon Chatmon, over at ESPN's Big 12 blog, writes that the key for the game will be Kansas State's ability to force turnovers.

I don't know if any of you remember this guy or the story, but I found this article fascinating. Dave Sheinin from the Washington Post writes a great article about Jarryn Avery, a.k.a. John Knott, a lineman who was on scholarship at Kansas State during the 1996-1997 season.

Kellis Robinett from the KC Star, reports on possible bowl destinations for Kansas State. Even with the loss to TCU, Kansas State has a Big 12 title within arms reach writes Ken Corbitt of the Capital Journal.

Recaps galore from last nights game against Nebraska-Omaha: Omaha World-Herald(Tony Boone); KC Star(Kellis Robinett); The Capital-Journal (John Zetmeir); Hutchinson News (Arne Green); Salina Post (Stan Unruh)

Women's Basketball Head Coach Jeff Mittie is happy to be back in Manhattan, and preparing for a game, after two games in Puerto Vallarta were cancelled because of an issue over the tournament organizers not paying the facilities fees.