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Plus we’ve got football stuff from yesterday’s press conference.

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Previously

Be sure and check out the latest Bring on the PodCats, as Luke Thompson, JT VanGilder, and guest Danny Lawhon talk about the football game this weekend; including our picks for a crazy finish.

Volleyball

The VolleyCats wrap up their regular season today with a 1:00pm CST tilt against TCU in Fort Worth. The match will be broadcast on FOX Sports Southwest Plus and the FOX Sports Go app, or you can listen to Rob Voelker on the call on KMAN (93.3 FM, 1350 AM) with free, live audio available at K-StateSports.com/watch.

Football

Yesterday was the final football press conference of the regular season. Coach Snyder continues to downplay his comments about his coaching future (Black, Mercury), saying that his recent comments, including those yesterday, are nothing new (Robinett, Eagle). As has been the case all season, injuries have keep the depth chart very fluid, and no position more visible than QB, where nothing is set in stone for this weekend (Green, Capital-Journal). There has been talk about several freshman this season, and Wyatt Hubert is not except as the redshirt freshman has become quite the disruptive force on the defensive line (Sports Extra).

Basketball

The MittieCats are in action starting tomorrow, as they face a strong field in the 2018 Cancun Challenge this Thursday through Friday. First up for your Turkey Day viewing pleasure, the 3-0 Wildcats take on No. 14/15 Syracuse at 12:30pm CST. All games can be seen live on CBS Sports Digital or heard on the K-State Sports Network, as Brian Smoller (play-by-play) and Randy Peterson (color analyst) will have the call.

Rodney McGruder has become a key player in Miami, going from anonymous to irreplaceable (Michael Pina, Vice Sports).