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SLATE: I am Jack’s post-traumatic embitterment

Byron Pringle has a day, but soccer drops another one-goal affair

This was the only good thing that happened all weekend for K-State.
This was the only good thing that happened all weekend for K-State.
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Oh, whatever. There’s nothing worse than suffering through a miserable loss about which you can feel nothing but anger when it happens heading into a bye week. You want sunshine and puppies, you’re going to have to go find some fundamentally dishonest Kansas State Wildcats media outlet.


Numbers and notes from Ryan Black at the Mercury.

Grades — including a pair of Fs — from Kellis Robinett at the Eagle.

Byron Pringle — who came into the game with two career catches — broke loose for six catches, 103 yards, and an absurd touchdown last night, which was awesome. The Chiefs made a mess in their pants as they lost 19-13 to the Colts, which wasn’t. (Sam McDowell at the Star)


Maria Linares advanced to the qualifying round (round of 32) of the ITA All-American Championships with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 win over Alexandra Belaya of Illinois yesterday at the LaFortune Tennis Center in Tulsa.


Well, at least K-State didn’t lose in overtime yesterday. They did, however, surrender a 1-0 lead on the way to falling 2-1 to Oklahoma State at Neal Patterson Stadium in Stillwater. That’s the seventh time K-State (2-9-2, 0-4-0) has lost by one goal this season, including three losses in overtime.

Katie Cramer hit a wide open shot, her fourth goal on the year, from 16 yards out off a Bailey Nemechek pass in the 25th minute to give K-State the lead. But just after the half, Grace Yochum equalized for Oklahoma State in the 48th minute, and less than two minutes later Gabriella Coleman put the Pokes up for good.

Next up is Iowa State on Friday at home.