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K-State Slate: 12.9.2014-Football Awards, and basketball previews.

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The AP Big 12 selections are out, the women's basketball team holds off Williams Jewell, and a preview of tonight's Men's basketball game.

A snub for Jake Waters?
A snub for Jake Waters?
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We've all heard the saying "Less is more", and that was certainly true yesterday on Bring on the Cats. Only one new post, but boy was it a doozy. TB had a rebuttal for Jon, arguing that even expansion won't save the conference since the Big 12 is the Southwestern Conference 2.0?

Yesterday, BJ Finney was named one of the six finalist for the Rimington Trophy, while Tyler Lockett is one of sixteen finalists for the Campbell Trophy.

AP writer, Kurt Voigt, previews the UCLA-Kansas State showdown.

Berry Tramel, writes about how awful the Big 12's non-conference was, and more importantly how winning the tough non-conference games is paramount for the Big 12.

Tyler Lockett, and B.J.Finney were also named to the AP first team all Big 12, while Cody Whitehair, Curry Sexton, Tyler Lockett (all purpose), Ryan Mueller, Jonathan Truman were all named to the second team. Notice someones name whose missing? That's right Jake Waters was not named to the All-Big 12 team.

Ugly wins, and ugly losses has been a theme to start the season for the Men's basketball team, but hopefully a string of home games will get the team back on track, writes Kellis Robinett from the KC Star. Also via the KC Star, a preview of tonight's Kansas State-Bradley game.

The Kansas State women's basketball team, held off Williams Jewell last night, defeating them 66-53.

Kansas State beat Kanass in number for new fall enrollment. Just one more way we are better than Kansas.