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Kansas State has already had to work to overcome injuries on offense, and defense, and now the injury bug has been transferred to the Women's Basketball team.

Bad luck with injuries, good luck with footwork.
Bad luck with injuries, good luck with footwork.
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Our legal department (care of our collegiate law specialist Wildcat00) brought us news on the O'Bannon case. Could NCAA football be returning?

Later in the afternoon Jon and Luke got together for another installment of FEPO. Auburn is terrible, but Jon thought enough of their game this weekend to include them in the picks.

Bill Snyder has won 18 games coming off bye weeks, but he's also lost seven games so he's really not all that impressed with the 18-7 record (AP via foxsports.com).

We all wondered if Jack Cantele was going to be able to recapture his Lou Groza Award candidate form, after the disastrous Auburn game. The doubts can be put to rest as Cantele is "kicking with a clear head" and doing a fantastic job stepping in for an injured Matt McCrane (Josh Kinder, Manhattan Mercury).

Guess who is leading Kansas State in tackles? If you said Elijah Lee then you probably have as big a man crush on him as I do. Lee has been spectacular this season, and has continued to make a huge impact on defense. Earlier this week Lee sat down with Brandon Chatmon for a little...chat (see what I did there) about his new role on defense and what he learned from last season. (Brandon Chatmon, ESPN.com)

Terrale Johnson has had a long journey to the K-State offensive line, but now he's finally home (Emilio Rivera, Topeka Captial-Journal). Not only is Johnson at home with Kansas State, but he's stepping up for the offensive line who has had struggles with injury (Kellis Robinett, KC Star).

Finally, our benevolent despot sat down at a peace summit with the enemy this week and discussed potential strategy for Kansas State, when they travel to North Central Oklahoma to do battle with the Cowboys (GeraldTracyIII, Cowboys Ride For Free).

K-State women's golf finished tied for third at the Johnie Imes Invitational (Staff reports, Manhattan Mercury)

Heralded women's basketball commit Lanie Page, sister of K-State transfer Kaylee Page, will miss the 2015-16 season due to injury (staff reports, Manhattan Mercury).