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The slate reminds you to go vote, recaps last night's women's basketball game, and checks out baseball newest award winner.

I usually don't do much editorializing in my slates but today is an exception. Today is Super Tuesday, where 13 states will head to the polls to select their parties candidates for president. My request to everyone in those 13 states is to do your civic duty and go out and vote!

The first year of college basketball is tough on most freshman. This year doesn't appear to be any different as both Barry Brown and Dean Wade have struggled down the stretch of the long college season.(Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Oklahoma State ruined Kansas State's chances at a .500 conference record, beating the Wildcats 58-51 Monday night. The loss keeps the Wildcats squarely on the NCAA bubble. (Staff reports, Capital Journal)

Glenn Gronkowski may be the younger brother of Rob Gronkowski, but that doesn't stop the younger Gronk from being his own man heading into this years NFL Draft. (Herbie Teope, Chiefs Digest)

ESPN.com's Big 12 blog is counting down the Big 12's top 25 most iconic plays from the past decade. They started today with numbers 25-21, and while K-State makes the list it's not a play Wildcat fans will remember fondly. (Max Olson, ESPN.com)

First baseman, Jake Scudder was named Big 12 player of the week after hitting .500 during the five games last week. Scudder also totalled 3 doubles, 9 hits, and 7 RBI. (KSN.com)