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K-State Slate: 7.30.14 - NCAA reaches concussion settlement

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Slow WedNewsday returns.

Jonathan Truman's really getting some attention now.
Jonathan Truman's really getting some attention now.
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It's Jon's final Slate before it's suddenly August, and August means football.

The clock keeps ticking backward. BracketCat reaches #32 with his profile of Dakorey Johnson.

Ken Corbitt shines the spotlight on Jonathan Truman.

Kellis Robinett writes about the momentum teams may get from winning their bowl game.

Dale Robertson at the Houston Chronicle reports that Justin Tuggle is moving to the inside for the Texans, and he seems to be scoring some points with Bill O'Brien and Mike Vrabel.

The NCAA announced that it's reached a $70 million settlement in the concussion lawsuit they were facing. Businessweek's Paul Barrett takes a look at the difference between the NCAA settlement and the NFL settlement.

And yeah. That's all for today. Calm before the storm?