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Kansas State picks up a pair of defensive commits, plus Wesley Iwundu gets PAID.

NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Kansas State vs Cincinnati
Iwundu got PAID by the Magic
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BracketCat marked 40 days until the return of football to Bill Snyder Family Stadium, by previewing #40, Konnor Cook.


D.J. Reed binge watches just like the rest of us. His binge watch film. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Every year Bill Snyder seems to have that one player on his team who started as a walk-on, but stars as a senior. This season Trent Tanking appears primed to become the next walk-on to star player for Kansas state.

In case you were curious, Bovada believes that Kansas State has a higher likelihood of making the College Football Playoffs than Notre Dame, Louisville, Miami, TCU, and Tennessee. (Ben Kercheval, beware auto-play video)

It was a strong recruiting weekend for Kansas State who hosted a pair of defense players this weekend. Both E.J. Thomas, DB from Atlanta, and Spencer Trussell, DE from Arlington, announced their commitments to the Wildcats after visiting Manhattan this weekend. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)


Wesley Iwundu has signed his rookie contract with the Orlando Magic. Iwundu agreed to a fully guaranteed 3 year $4.1 million dollar deal. That’s more money than both the 31st and 32nd picks in the draft. (Michal Scotto, Basketball Insiders)