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No Wildcats were picked in the first round of the NFL draft, the tennis team advances at the Big 12 Championship, and the track team travels to a big competition this weekend.

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Yesterday, KSUEMAW! examined the likely spots Cody Whitehair, Glenn Gronkowski and Morgan Burns would go in the NFL draft. (spoiler alert: He was wrong about Cody going in the first round to Denver.)

There was a MASSIVE (#sarcasm) announcement during the press conference yesterday from the athletics department. They announced Zach Brown Band and Train will play at Bill Snyder Family Stadium this fall.

Spring practices have ended for Big 12 teams, and one of the most impressive players this spring was Byron Pringle. (Jake Trotter, and Brandon Chatmon, ESPN.com)

In a rare act of self-reflection, the NCAA board of directors rescinded their decision to ban satellite camps. (Tod Palmer, KC Star)

The Chiefs are still in play for Cody Whitehair, after they traded back with San Francisco. Even if Whitehair doesn't go to the Chiefs expect him to go fairly early in the 2nd round. (Josh Rouse, Capital Journal)

Finally, one K-State student will receive a free trip to the K-State vs. Stanford game on September 2nd if they can hold on long enough. (Staff Reports, KC Star)

Kansas State defeated Iowa State 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tennis Championship. The Wildcats move on to face the top seed Oklahoma State. (Big12sports.com)

K-State Track and Field are heading down the river to that other school, to compete in second to last meet before the Big 12 championships. Schools competing include: Kansas, Minnesota, Oral Roberts, UMKC, Wichita State and Oklahoma State. (Liz Heath, The Collegian)

Dora Gallo, a senior center midfielder who has signed with K-State, finally has the opportunity to play with her younger sister, Nayeli Gallo. That opportunity has led Wichita North High School to a 7-4 record and both girls hope they can help lead their school to their first winning season in four years. (Joanna Chadwick, Wichita Eagle)