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Recruiting Rebounds, and Basketball Jumps.

Kansas State received three new commitments yesterday, while the men's basketball team is trending towards post-season play.

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Yesterday, SprotsGAT broke the news of Kaeson Risner's commitment to K-State. Risner is a QB from Wiggins, CO.

The recruiting train continues to chug along, with Kansas State picking up the aforementioned Kaeson Risner, as well as Ian Rudzik who will greyshirt, and finally Topeka High's Mike McCoy announced his commitment.

The last time Kansas State defeated the evil Jayhawks in their lair, Jim Wooldridge prowled the sidelines. Kevin Haskin of the Capital Journal took a look back at the improbable victory.

Following an injury to his right knee, Kamau Stokes is questionable to play against Kansas. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)

The Big 12/SEC Challenge was a hit for most, though Bruce Weber has his concerns. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Lastly, it might be time to rev up the bubble watch machine, as Jerry Palm's latest bracketology has Kansas State as one of the first four teams out. If the 'Cats can manage an upset of the Jayhawks that could be the signature victory that carries them to the NCAA tournament.