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The Dream is Dead: Brad Underwood Heads to OSU.

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Last night Oklahoma State announced the hiring of Brad Underwood, ending any chance of Brad returning to Kansas State.

K-State fans are left to wonder what could have been.
K-State fans are left to wonder what could have been.
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Life is mostly about timing. Think too long about asking someone out, and there's a good chance someone else will already be dating them. That's exactly what happened to Kansas State.

Last night Oklahoma State announced the hiring of Brad Underwood to their head coaching position. With that announcement Oklahoma State effectively ended any speculation of Brad Underwood returning to Kansas State once Bruce Weber is gone. John Currie and the rest of the Kansas State administration thought too long (or, as Eric Rubottom said last night on twitter, they didn't think at all) about asking Brad Underwood out, and when the time comes that they are ready to ask, the likely answer from Brad will be "Sorry, you should have asked earlier, I'm already going to the dance with Oklahoma State".

Jon continued his wonderful recap of post-season basketball play, recapping last nights NIT and WNCAA tournament action.

As mentioned about Brad Underwood will be Oklahoma State's head coach, and our sister blog, Cowboys Ride For Free breaks down the hire. (Brandon M. Cain, CRFF)

One of our favorite K-State beat writer's also broke down the hiring, saying Kansas State fans are "sure to have mixed reactions". I'm not sure about mixed reactions, since almost every single reaction I've seen is of the anger and burn it down type. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Maybe a little football will help take your mind off of John Currie playing his fiddle while watching Men's Basketball burn. First up, a video breakdown of Cody Whitehair and what scouts are saying about him heading into the NFL draft. (Nathaniel Cline, Cleveland.com)

Morgan Burns also gets the video breakdown from cleveland.com. (Matt Goul, Cleveland.com)