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K-State Slate: 8.14.14 - Whither the QBs?

Scattered bits of news for your Thursday reading pleasure...

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BracketCat's countdown rolls on, with the #17s, Jesse Ertz and Weston Hiebert.

Berry Tramel wonders why the Big 12 is no longer a league with great quarterbacks.

The Topeka Capital-Journal's retrospective on Bill Snyder continues, this time with Kevin Haskin reporting on K-State's late-game comeback against Iowa State in 1999.

Jonathan Truman is ready to be a force for K-State, emulating Arthur Brown's 2012 season.

The game with Auburn is one of the 12 games that will shape the race for the playoffs. Also, the matchup against OU gets some press as a potential Big 12 game of the year.

Apropos our recent discussion on future head coaches, Brent Venables is fourth on a list of defensive coordinators who are ready to take head jobs. He's being touted as a possible replacement for Charlie Weis.

Brandon Bolden and Justin Edwards each had double-figure scores in wrapping up the Athletes in Action tour with a win over Latvia's Barons.

Kelly McHugh profiles Tre Harris who has basketball in his blood.

K-State's schedule for the 2015 season is all set. The Cats will open home play against Baylor on January 6, followed by the Sunflower Showdown on January 10.

New head coach Danielle Steinberg announced the addition of assistant coach Mark Denenfeld, previously a volunteer assistant at Michigan.

Some things speak (or sing) for themselves:  Let it Bo.