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Zone D, the Achilles Heel of Kansas State Basketball.

Kansas State can't break down the zone D, and the Women's team tries to continue its winning streak against Kansas.

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With Kansas State heading down to Waco to face a hot shooting Baylor Bears team, Luke Thompson looked at Kansas State's defense and asked, "Are they really that good at defending the three".

2015 wasn't the best season in Kansas State football history, but a few players did stand out including both Cody Whitehair and Morgan Burns who each made the ESPN Top 25 players of the Big 12. (Brandon Chatmon,

National signing day is quickly approaching, and Kansas State is scrambling to overcome the recruiting hurdles that come with having four commits flip to other schools. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Former K-State player Shane Southwell has agreed to a contact with the New Hobart Chargers, who are based in Apple Isle, Australia. (Adam Smith, Mercury)

Kansas State needs more production from its front-line to be competitive in the Big 12. That starts with Stephen Hurt who needs to be more assertive, especially against the zone. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)

It's not secret that one of the easiest ways to beat Kansas State is to play a zone against them. Unfortunately for the 'Cats the Baylor specialize in the zone defense, which should make tonight's game that much harder for the Wildcats. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

The Women's team appears to be heating up as they look to extend their winning streak to three when they tip-off against the Jayhawks. (Manhattan Mercury)