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K-State Slate: 7.31.14 - Lockett to break his father's records?

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This is the last day of the last month with no actual football. That's right. Just 30 days to kickoff.

Tyler Lockett. Never Quits.
Tyler Lockett. Never Quits.
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<section class="s-news"><p>BracketCat's been busy, catching us up on a pair of #31s, Taylor Hilgers and Kip Keeley.

Oh, and Curtis Kitchen is back, with a piece comparing Tyler Lockett's resume to 50 Shades of Grey. (Editorial comment: what is this I don't even).

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<section class="s-news"><p>Tyler Lockett has little left to do in a K-State uniform, except break all his father's records, of course. Worth noting from this ESPN (blog) piece: Lockett's main motivation in returning for his senior season is to impart his wisdom to K-State receivers to ready them for the future.

Jake Waters is one of 27 quarterbacks named to the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm watch list. He's the fourth K-State signal caller to be on the list, after finalists Chad May and Michael Bishop and 2012 winner Collin Klein. That's some pretty good company.

OKC's Carson Cunningham answers a bunch of questions about the upcoming season, including the never-ending question about Big 12 expansion. Naturally, he takes a swipe at Texas and at the "one true champion" mantra.

AhtlonSports takes a look at breakout players for the Big 12, with Terrell Clinkscales getting the nod for K-State.

Finally, I'll leave you with this excellent Longform piece:  The Hargrave Four.

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