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K-State Slate: 1.27.15-Nino Williams is your Big 12 Player of the week.

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Haley Texada returns to action for the Lady Cats, Tyler Lockett impresses at the Senior Bowl, and previews for tonight's West Virginia game.

This is your leading scorer for the Wildcats.
This is your leading scorer for the Wildcats.
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With College Football's National Signing day only a week away, JT recaps Kansas State's only JUCO recruit.

Also, yesterday Curtis Kitchen reports on Robert Upshaw's dismissal...from a second school.

No one thought Kansas State would be in second place with a chance to take over first place by the time February rolls around, but after righting the ship that's exactly what Kansas State can do with victories over West Virginia and Kansas this week. (Dave Skretta, AP via Greenfield Reporter)

The AP has a preview of tonight's game against the Mountaineers. (AP via Fox Sports)

The Collegian also has a preview of tonight's game. (Timothy Everson, The Collegian)

After scoring a career high 22 points in a loss to Iowa State, and then scoring 20 against Oklahoma State, Nino Williams was named the Big 12 Player of the Week.(Topeka Capital Journal staff report)

After struggling during the first half of the season, Justin Edwards has come on strong, and is finding success as Kansas State's sixth man. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)

Bruce Weber is a source of angst for many Wildcat fans, but if K-State continues their impressive conference play you'll have to respect the turnaround. (Timothy Everson, The Collegian)

Tyler Lockett certainly turned heads leading up to the Senior Bowl, and during the game he was his usual impressive self. He caught 3 passes for 48 yards including 23 on a 3rd and 14. When you add that to the impressive vines seen earlier in the week you have to think Lockett improved his draft stock. (Tate Steinlage, The Collegian)

Following a scary injury to her neck during the Kansas game, Haley Texada is excited to be back on the court as the Lady Cats head down to Stillwater to face the Oklahoma State Cowgirls. (John Zetmeir, Topeka Capital Journal)