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K-State Slate: 08.20.14 - Can Randall Evans lead the team in tackles again?

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Can Randall Evans retain his title as the active leader in tackles, and meet the man tasked with protecting Jake Waters' blindside.

How many times can Evans do this next season?
How many times can Evans do this next season?
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Okay boys and girls, I'll be bringing you your daily dose of Slate on Tuesday and Wednesday for the foreseable future. So hang on tight, we're all in this together.

BracketCat inches closer to single digits, this time previewing #11, fullback Winston Dimel.

Meanwhile, JT examines a secondary that only returns two starters, which includes a poll of who is the best option to replace Ty Zimmerman.

The Capital-Journal's retrospective steams along, with Kurt Caywood's coverage of the Fresno State disaster.

Ryan Autullo, of the Austin American Statesmen continues their schedule countdown by breaking down Texas' trip to Manhattan, where Texas hasn't won since 2002. Meanwhile, Frank Haynes of the Charlotte Observer breaksdown the 2014 K-State football team.

Hutch News' Arne Green reports on Cody Whitehair's move to left tackle. Kellis Robinett writes about Randall Evans goal to remain the active leader in tackles.

Grantland's Holly Anderson predicts a 100 point game for a team this season, and it's not who you'd expect. Chris Low of the deathstar gives us 10 must watch games that may impact the College Football Playoffs.

John Zetmeir of the Capital-Journal remarks on the youthful makeup of this years volleyball squad.

With the hiring of Head Women's Basketball Coach Jeff Mittie, a new women's basketball staff is in place. Kelly McHugh of K-State Sports Extra highlights assistant coach Ebony Gilliam in the first of a two part series. Look for the second part to drop in Thursday's Sports Extra.