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Things did not go well for the Wildcat women last night

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


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Women’s Basketball

Smashing getting smashed. The Wildcat women took on Baylor at Bramlage Coliseum last night and things did not go well at all for the home team. Baylor built a 28-7 first quarter lead—both the most points allowed by the Cats in a quarter this season, and the least points scored in a quarter this season—before cruising to a 91-49 walloping of K-State. The Cats seemed overwhelmed all game, and Coach Mittie was not happy with the way his team competed (Ken Corbitt, Capital-Journal).

Up next is the “Play4Kay” game against Oklahoma State in Bramlage on Saturday afternoon at 3pm. Saturday’s game will mark the 12th straight season that K-State will host a pink game by participating in the annual WBCA “Play4Kay” initiative. K-State’s release notes that the first 4,000 fans will receive a pink K-State t-shirt and the Wildcats will also be donning pink uniforms, now for the 10th straight season. Saturday’s game will be broadcast throughout the FOX Sports regional networks and on the K-State Sports Network.

Men’s Sports

After a few tough games in a row, the Wildcats men’s team is ready for a extra day of rest before the Big 12-SEC Challenge this Saturday. The Cats are banged up, and really need all the rest they can get to get healthy again before the game against Tennessee (Kellis Robinett, Eagle).

Jordan Willis is impressing at the Senior Bowl, with measurables that have NFL scouts drooling (Terez Paylor, KC Star). Paylor also reported that Willis has received an invite to the NFL combine, which would make the third-straight year that at least one Wildcat has had an impressive time at the Senior Bowl and been invited the the Combine, following Tyler Lockett in 2015 and Cody Whitehair in 2016.