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K-State Slate: 3.3.15-Swept in Cal, Spring Practice Battles

Kansas State baseball got swept out of California, the Wildcat faithful says goodbye to the senior women's basketball players, and the biggest spring QB competition since Waters-Sams.

Will Bazooka Joe (or as Derek calls him Hubes.) be the starter this coming season?
Will Bazooka Joe (or as Derek calls him Hubes.) be the starter this coming season?
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We will have our breakdown later this week, but in the meantime, check out Kellis Robinett's article about Kansas State's newest point guard commitment, Kamau Stokes. Stokes is a three-star point guard from Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia.

Ken Corbitt has a story about everyone's favorite coach, and what he is doing to keep the Wildcat's focused on Texas. breaks downs the race for the Big 12 title (you're welcome Kansas), and also breaks down who has the most to gain in the coming week.

With Jake Waters graduating last season, Kansas State heads into spring practice with uncertainty at the Quarterback position. Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel, previews the Kansas State quarterback competition, while previewing other Big 12 Quarterback competitions.

California was unkind to Kansas State, as the California Bears completed the sweep of the Wildcats by winning 9-1 Monday afternoon. Kansas State has had trouble with timely hitting as they left seven runners on base. The Wildcats return to Manhattan for their home opener, Friday, March 6th.

Andrew Hammond, of The Collegian, previews the LadyCats senior day match up against West Virginia tonight. The Wildcats' will pay tribute to Seniors Ashia Woods, Haley Texada, and Heidi Borwn. Congratulations to them for four great years. We wish them the best.