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Slate: A Wildcat Podcast Extravaganza

Two different podcasts make an appearance in today’s slate plus a smattering of K-State news.

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Only 38 long summer days remain until Kansas State kicks-off the 2019 season. Which meant BracketCat previewed, Thomas Grayson.

Also, if you haven’t already you need to go sign up for Bring on the Cats SBNation FanPulse. It allows you to rank the top 25 and pretend you are an AP voter or Coaches poll voter. Just like them you need not watch every single game to express your opinion.

Finally, a real life current head coach for Kansas State joined Luke Thompson and JT VanGilder for an off-season version of Bring on the PodCats!! So drop whatever you are doing and go listen to Mike Dibbini speak with us.


We’re dispersing with the usual headers since it’s summer and giving you sports and non-sports categories.

We start down in the Lone Star state as our own JT VanGilder joined Gerald Goodridge of Burnt Orange Nation to take a look at Chris Klieman’s debut season for their Longhorn Republic podcast.

The KU empire fell last season after 14 season on top of the Big 12 college basketball rankings as Kansas State and Texas Tech teamed up to overthrow the evil fake birds. They will likely strike back in 2019-20 as they return Devon Dotson, Udoka Azubuike. I’ll let the disrespect wash over you once you click on the link to find out where they Wildcats will rank. (Mike Rutherford,

Finally, Purple & Black are prepping for the TBT as they prepare to take on the Colorado alumni team at 8 pm Friday at Charles Koch Arena in Wichita. If you’re able to snag tickets it should be a good night of basketball.


It’s been more than a year since Hale library closed for renovations following a devastating fire, but towards the end of August the doors of Hale will finally open again. It will only be the first floor, but its a start as officials hope to have the second floor open by spring, and the whole library back up an running by December 2020.