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Kansas State Has Itself a Game

Kansas State pushed North Carolina to the wire, and according to reports Bill Snyder will be back in 2016.

Kamau Stokes was stroking last night as he led Kansas State in scoring with 24 points.
Kamau Stokes was stroking last night as he led Kansas State in scoring with 24 points.
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TB got us started yesterday with a report that Bill Snyder will return to the Kansas State sidelines in 2016.

Jon followed with a breakdown of the newest CFP Poll, in which fellow conference mate Oklahoma jumped all the way up to 3rd.

With injuries decimating Kansas States secondary depth, the young players have been asked to step up throughout the season. Slowly, the young secondary is stepping up, and making more sound defensive plays. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Morgan Burns has a kick off return for a touchdown in each of the past two games, and he's confident he can maintain that streak against KU. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)

If you weren't watching last night, you missed one heck of a game. The Wildcats played extremely well given their youth, and inexperience, taking North Carolina down to the wire before succumbing late, 80-70. The score doesn't truly indicate just how close this game was for most of the night. Here are your recap's from around the web, and be on the look out for TheBigE's recap sometime soon. Phillips

Topeka Captial-Journal-Ken Corbitt

Kansas City Star-Kellis Robinett

Tar Heel Blog-Brian Barbour

The Women's Basketball team will be in action tonight as they are set to take on the Southern Jaguars at 2pm Wednesday afternoon. (The Advocate, Les East)

Late last night news broke that former Mountaineer Receiver Stedman Bailey was shot in the head while sitting in a car with two your relatives and his cousin. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening. Our thoughts are with Mr. Bailey, and the driver of the vehicle who was shot shielding the kids from the bullets.