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K-State Slate: 2.5.2015 - Recruiting Roundup and Basketball Woes

Plenty of coverage of National Signing Day (good) and Marcus Foster news (bad).

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Ed: Today's Slate was compiled on my iPhone. Advance apologies for errors and for mostly just linking BotC content.

Another day, another loss. I'm not even going to bother with listing all the recaps, because you know where to find them. Besides, the only review of the game you really need is the one here, right? TheBigE has you covered: Kansas State 47, Texas Tech 64.

The game was not the only sobering news of the day for Wildcat basketball. Marcus Foster and Malek Harris have been suspended for violation of unspecified team rules.

Curtis Kitchen weighs in on the issue, and suggests Foster ultimately got what he wanted, but did he?

The women's team has no such woes. Kansas State won its third straight game, beating No. 20/16 Texas, 66-57. The victory was keyed by Kindred Wesemann, who had a career-high 25 points on the night and went 8-of-11 from beyond the arc. She was not alone either, as Ashia Woods, Breanna Lewis and Shaelyn Martin all reached double figures. The Wildcats were also 9-of-15 from the free throw line, and forced 19 Texas turnovers.

Up next, Kansas State travels to Oklahoma on Saturday at 2 PM.

Unless you have been in complete seclusion for the last 24 hours, you know that yesterday was National Signing Day.

Jon Morse rounds up the Kansas State 2015 signing day results. This is one of the best recruiting classes in years, but more importantly, while it is short on big names, it is long on quality. Cross your fingers and get ready for the ride.