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K-State Slate: 2.3.15-Recruiting heats up, and basketball previews.

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Previews of both the men and women's basketball games, and a look at two of the newest members of the football program.

My precious!
My precious!
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It was a slow groundhog day here at Bring on the Cats, but there was some big recruiting news as Kansas State had two commitments flip to other schools in back to back weeks.

With National Signing Day tomorrow, Ken Corbitt (Topeka Capital Journal) has a story on Scott Frantz, and Trey Dishon and their different paths to the Kansas State football program.

Kelly McHugh of Kstatesports.com has a recap of the top 10 moments in January of 2015. The no doubt top moment of January? Bill Snyder's election to the College Football Hall of Fame of course.

It seems like this happened last year too, but Texas Tech is planning a black out for their match-up against Kansas State in hopes they can set a single-game attendance record for students. (texastech.com)

After suffering a strained patella tendon against West Virginia, Nino Williams was able to play through the pain against Kansas, and is not expected to miss any games even though he is still recovering. (Ken Corbitt, Topeka Capital Journal)

Start planning your before Christmas basketball trip, as Kansas State and Colorado State have agreed to at Intrust Bank Arena on December 19th. This will be the first of two nonconference games between the teams, but there has not been a date or location selected for the second game.

Tomorrow, Kansas State welcomes in Texas looking to improve upon a two game winning streak. If you are at home you can check out the game on Fox Sports Midwest, as Brian Smoller has the call with Missy Heidrick on color.

Monday morning around 10:30, a construction worker on the Vanier project, reportedly had a concrete form fall on him. He was transported to Mercy Regional Health Center with what are described as "non-life threatening injuries". (Greg Palmer, WIBW)