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The Bulldogs are coming!

All your gameday notes and news.

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To start off our gameday activities, TB kicks the tires for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, and predictably predicts a Kansas State victory.

BracketCat was busy yesterday, with his feature on Wildcats in the NFL for Week 1 and our crowdsourced Week 2 Top 25 poll.

Last but not least, here's that report you sort of don't want to read: the Week 3 Kansas State Injury Report from KSUEMAW!

Today's game is the final non-conference game for Kansas State, and a good test from a potent offense may be just what the football gods ordered before jumping right into the toughest part of the Big 12 schedule (Associated Press, via FOXSports).

The Wildcats and the Bulldogs present a stark contrast in styles, with Louisiana Tech scoring a lot of points and Kansas State only giving up a field goal so far this season (Sean Isabella, Shreveport Times).

ESPN's Brandon Chatmon weighs in on Kansas State's injury bug and taking note of thinning depth at quarterback. I'm beginning to wonder if there's an Angry K-State QB Hating God (aka AKSQBHG) at this point.

On the other hand, we have some depth at place kicker and Jack Cantele is making the most of his second chance and hopes not to disappoint his mother this time (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle). Bonus: A well-dressed Cantele diplomatically refuses to handicap the national kicking race in this video clip.

So what games are you going to be watching? Here's your handy-dandy guide to Saturday College Football on TV, courtesy of Jon Morse

More importantly, here's the HOW TO WATCH information for the Kansas State game later today.

The VolleyCats win streak is over, after a hard-fought four-set loss to #11 Wisconsin. Down two sets to the Badgers, the Wildcats opened the third on a hot streak, but ultimately gave up a huge lead and were down match point before rallying to take the third set. Unfortunately, that was not quite enough to turn the tide. The team kept neck and neck with the Badgers through most of the fourth set before Wisconsin ultimately won. Although the Wildcats played well, they could not match Wisconsin's 65 kills.