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K-State Slate: 7.10.14 - Cantele gets noticed

The Slate is late. And light.

This is not a picture of Jack Cantele
This is not a picture of Jack Cantele

BracketCat's countdown rolls on, with #52Charmeachelle "Mike" Moore.

BotC wants you, aspiring/established writer!

Thomas Gipson works hard on court and off, specifically in the weight room (with video clip).

Transfers Justin Edwards and Brandon Bolden will get some much-needed playing time this summer, according to Kellis Robinett. The two will be spending the first two weeks of August in Estonia and Latvia, playing with Athletes in Action. Joining them will be Wichita State's Darius Carter and KU's Landen Lucas.

The site we don't usually link to features the five best single-game performances of the past decade.

Jack Cantele is on the watchlist for the Lou Groza award for the nation's top kicker. He's in pretty good company. Previous K-State kickers mentioned on Groza watchlists include winner Martin Gramatica, two-time finalist Jaime Rheem, and semifinalists Joe Rheem and Anthony Cantele. The SID has more details.

The Collegian breaks down AD John Currie's new budget.

Our friends at Crimson and Cream Machine continue their position rankings, this time ranking the best running backs corps in the Big 12. Texas is predictably #1, and with Jon Hubert gone and DeMarcus Robinson still an unproven commodity, it's not unexpected that K-State is close to the bottom of this list.

Finally, we have a new LB recruit, Chase Johnston. KSUEMAW! has the scoop here.

This SE feature on K-State athletes giving back is a good read.

A K-State researcher is the international expert on chikungunya, a nasty mosquito-borne virus. There have been a few reports of illness across the United States, including in Kansas. So put on your bug spray!