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DJ Johnson to play in Greece

Plus, new security measures in effect for Kansas State sporting events

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Happy Canada Day, eh!

BracketCat’s football roster countdown is up to #64 Glenn Williams and #63 Ben Adler.

In view of the new state concealed carry law, Kansas State will institute new security measure and football and basketball games this fall, including enhanced security screening. All ticket holders will have to pass through metal detectors, as the university prohibits concealed carry in Bill Snyder Family Stadium and at Bramlage Coliseum.

Who is Kansas State’s all-time rushing leader? KC Kingdom’s Leigh Oleszczak takes a look at the Wildcats’ best running back

D.J. Johnson’s football career may not have panned out, but he’s going pro on the hardwood for sure. He’ll be playing for Lavrio, a club team in Greece. He’ll start his pro playing career in August. Johnson’s never been to Greece, so he expects some culture shock, but he’s also looking forward to quality seafood.

Have a fantastic (long?) weekend!