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Kansas State goes for the Kill

K-State has hired former Minnesota Head Coach Jerry Kill as an associate AD.

Troy Babbitt-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday, Jon started EXPANSIONPALOOZA with his Q and A with South Florida's Daily Stampede head man Colin Sherwin.

JT followed by arguing that adding USF would be a HORRIBLE decision, and in the process made a lot of people #MADONLINE.

Spring Rankings continue for the ESPN Big 12 blog, and this week they examined defensive line play. Kansas State places pretty high on this list, as returning players Jordan Willis and Will Geary help anchor a solid overall unit. (Brandon Chatmon,

Forever the optimist, John Currie believes K-State's future is bright in football, basketball, baseball, and is excited about the future of the Big 12. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle.)

When the talks moved away from Kansas State and into the future of the Big 12, Currie remained neutral on the prospect of adding teams, the formation of a Big 12 network, and whether the conference needs to add a championship game. It appears Currie wants to keep his options open when deciding what course the Big 12 should move forward with. (Kevin Haskin, Capital Journal)

Bears Head Coach Jon Fox insisted his GM Ryan Pace draft "throw back players", and it's clear the Bears got one in Cody Whitehair. (Dan Wiederer, Chicago Tribune)

Finally, in the biggest news of the day Kansas State will reportedly hire former Minnesota Head Coach Jerry Kill as associate athletic director, and will work directly with both Bill Snyder and John Curry. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)