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Wildcat Women Dominant in Sunflower Showdown

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Plus lots of upcoming content today

NCAA Womens Basketball: Connecticut at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

Bring on the Cats

We usually do “Previously” here, but I’m changing it up a bit today because we had some content yesterday, but have more for you to look forward to later today.

Yesterday, Gracey was busy on the airwaves as she hosted our weekly BotC Facebook Live chat, and also joined ESPN Radio Emporia to talk Chiefs, K-State Hoops and Sunday's Playoff match up.

Later this morning we have Luke Thompson dropping in with his second edition of Tournament Thursday, and then a little later Luke and Derek join MattisBear (Matt Wilson) from OurDailyBears to talk about the big matchup this weekend in Manhattan.

Women’s Basketball

The K-State women got their first shot at the Sunflower Showdown last night in Bramlage, and, as it has each of the last three years, the game went the way of the Wildcats. The Cats came out strong, leading 22-9 at the end of the first quarter, and never looked back on their way to a 73-60 victory over the visiting Jayhawks.

You have your choice of recaps today: Offical K-StateSports recap; Kellis Robinett at the Eagle; Tim Bisel at the Capital-Journal; and the report from 1350KMAN.

Track and Field

The K-State track team will compete against KU and WSU today at the In-State Triangular, hosted this year by Wichita State. This will be the first event that all of K-State’s top athletes will be performing, and the event is structured similarly to the Big 12 meet. The meet will be broadcast locally, and you can watch on WSUtv on Cox Cable channel 13 in Wichita, as well as live on Facebook and YouTube. More information on the meet, including a full schedule and live results, can be found on WSU’s meet homepage.