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Slate: Andre Coleman continues his strong recruiting

Andre Coleman continues his run as Kansas State’s best recruiter, plus other spring football notes, and tid bits from the world of college basketball, tennis, and that sport we do not discuss.



Mike McCoy has been one of the most talked about players this spring for Kansas State. And like most fans, McCoy sees himself having a bigger role in 2018. (Video, Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

It’s been talked about in previous Slate’s but Bill Snyder doesn’t have a problem with the new kickoff rule the NCAA approved. This may come as a surprise to some, but Snyder said if it helps prevent player injuries then he’s all for the change. (Ryan Black, Manhattan Mercury)

Kansas State could have a new QB commit. Two weeks ago the Wildcats offered Chris Herron, a three star dual QB from Houston, TX. The Wildcat appear to be in the mix thanks to new offensive coordinator and recruiting stud, Andre Coleman. Herron is also being recruited heavily by Indiana so we could have a small recruiting battle on our hands. (Nick Krueger,

Men’s Basketball

More information is coming out about the events that led to the arrest of former Wildcat Amaad Wainright. An affidavit obtained by the Kansas City Star indicates Wainwright sped away from policy at 100 mph after being stopped following the road rage incident earlier this year. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)


The Wildcats hope to put an end to a two-match losing streak as they host Oklahoma this Friday. They enter the contest at 4-3 in conference play after losing a close match to rival Kansas last week. The ‘Cats will then host Oklahoma State on Sunday. Let’s hope the Racket Cats can snag two wins against the Oklahoma Schools. (Adam Meyer, The Collegian).

Sports we do not discuss

In sports we do not discuss, that team we do not discuss will head to the mountains of West Virginia for a weekend series beginning Friday night. It’s a battle of the two worst teams in the Big 12 conference, and since baseball doesn’t allow ties someone will have to win the series. (Julia Jones, The Collegian)