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K-State Slate: 2.17.15.-Speak No Evil.

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Marcus Foster will not be allowed to speak to the media again this season. In football news, KSU agreed to play Buffalo in 2020.

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Questionable officiating plagued the Oklahoma-Kansas State game as both teams had reason to be frustrated with the refs. Maybe the most egregious call was the no call when Justin Edwards hit his three point shot after the shot clock had gone off. However, shot clock violations are only review-able in the last two minutes of regulation and overtime. (Ryan Aber, The Oklahoman)

Many questions regarding Marcus Foster's suspension have gone unanswered, and it doesn't appear we will get any answers anytime soon, as Weber announced Saturday after the OU game that Foster would not be talking to the media for the remainder of the season. (Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital Journal)

Is the Big 12 the most boring conference to watch? 15 of the 22 games featuring top 25 teams have been decided by 10 points or more, which makes for some boring basketball writes Mike Rutherford of SBNation.

BJ Finney's father will be honored this summer when his named is etched onto the National EMS Memorial in Colorado Springs. (KWCH 12)

Yesterday, Kansas State announced an agreement to play Buffalo in Manhattan, KS in 2020. Kansas State will reportedly play $900,000 to have Buffalo travel to Manhattan. This becomes the second non-conference game scheduled for 2020, as Vanderbilt's return visit to Manhattan also happens in 2020. (Kellis Robinett, The Wichita Eagle)