Yesterday started with the news that Kansas State had picked up another QB/ATH commit in Brock Monty of Wichita, KS.
The NCAA also clarified the criteria for filling all the bowl spots, and as we guessed Kansas State is officially bowl eligible at 5-7.
Finally, Morgan Burns succeeded in his quest for a three peat as special teams player of the week.
In your latest Big 12 recruiting round-up Kansas State picked up a nice O-line commit in the form of Chris Gaynor. Gaynor choose K-State over West Virignia, and Iowa State among others. (Max Olsen, ESPN.com)
Speculation about this season being Bill Snyder's last has been heard all across Wildcat nation. Snyder isn't interested in that kind of talk just yet, preferring to wait until the season is over before thinking about retirement. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)
On Monday, the NCAA finally released the protocol for selecting bowl teams that finish below the six win minimum. The method? Ranking the eligible 5-7 record teams based on APR, and selecting from the top of the list. (Ralph Russo, AP)
If, Kansas State doesn't win this week, Bill Snyder will let the players decide if they would like to accept a bowl bid. Let's hope we don't have to worry about the players making that decision. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)
The key to making sure the players don't have to worry about voting on a bowl bid will be winning this week. And in order to do so, Kansas State must play better in the first half. (Brandon Chatmon, ESPN.com)
There is a feeling of elation in the women's volleyball locker room, as they prepare to face Wichita State in the NCAA tournament this Friday at 4:30 pm in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Avery Osen, The Collegian)
Five Wildcats made the All-Big 12 Volleyball team, led by Junior Setter Katie Brand. Brand was joined by second team players Brooke Sassin and Katie Reininger. Macy Flowers and Alyssa Schultejans also made the all-freshman team. Maybe the best news regarding teh All-Big 12 placements is that none of the players are seniors, meaning the team has a very solid returning core for next season as well. (ksn.com)