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K-State Slate: 1.24.15 - Legends and Wins

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It's Legends Weekend in Manhattan.

Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

It's Legends Weekend in Manhattan, and Kansas State is set to take on Oklahoma State. Tipoff is scheduled for 11 AM today.

TheBigE previews the game and expects a different outcome this time. This view is echoed by Kellis Robinett's preview. (Kansas City Star)

Protecting home court is the main goal for the Wildcats today. (Robinett, Star), and speaking of echoes, here's Ken Corbitt (Topeka Capital-Journal) saying nearly the same thing.

The Wildcats will be looking for redemption against the Pokes today (Timothy Everson, K-State Collegian), and Marcus Foster looks to put the last Oklahoma State game behind him, thanks to a return to form and a better commitment to his team. (Tate Steinlage, Collegian)

Kansas State is asking fans to help Stripe Out Bramlage in support of Coaches vs Cancer and the American Cancer Society.

Kansas State will be ending their road trip against Baylor in Waco today at 11 AM. The program is in search of its 250th win road win though it may be hard to come by today. The Wildcats are 4-29 against the Bears, and head coach Jeff Mittie is just 1-6 against Baylor all-time.

Last year, they tried bacon. This year, the Wildcats' January 28th game against Oklahoma State will feature All You Can Eat Seats. (No, you don't get to eat the seat).

The Kansas State football awards ceremony is scheduled for February 8th. Various awards will be handed out, including team MVP awards for offense and defense and an award for the best scholar-athlete among other honors.

A new era of Kansas State tennis, and a new spring season for the sport, has begun on a high note. It was head coach Danielle Steinberg's debut, and she could not have imagined a better start. The Wildcats get ready to take on No. 74 UC-Irvine at the ITA Kickoff Weekend at UCLA today. (Kelly McHugh, K-State Sports Extra)

The inaugural DeLoss Dodds Invitational starts today in Manhattan today, as Kansas State hosts Oklahoma State and Tulsa in a triple dual.

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS! Kansas State's Agronomy Forage Bowl team has won the national Forage Bowl Competition. It was the first time Kansas State entered the competition.