It’s all quiet on the western front. In terms of news being generated, it feels like a hot July day. Except it’s still April. This stinks.
At BotC we’ll have our Nostalgia Watch Party tonight as we watch the 2015-16 version of the WeberCats defeat the then-No. 1 Sooners, led by 2-time Big 12 PotY Buddy Hield, in Bramlage Colisuem. The thread will post at 6pm CDT, with the game set to start streaming in our Watch2Gether room at 7pm CDT.
Tomorrow we’ll have our next installment of “Opponents we Don’t Hate”, featuring five Cyclones that we don’t hate.
We’ve also got a few bits of K-State “news” today.
Yesterday, there was another construction accident at Hale Library, this time part of a floor that was being poured collapsed and injured two workers. They are both fine, but it certainly makes renovations at Hale feel a bit snake-bitten at this point.
Earlier today the National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society announced it’s new members for 2020, and nine Wildcats received membership for their work in the classroom over their academic careers: Kyle Ball, Scott Frantz, Blaise Gammon, James Gilbert, Adam Holtorf, Nick Kaltmayer, Tyler Mitchell, Jordan Mittie, and Dalton Schoen. Congrats guys!
Over at the NCAA, Jenny Fischer talked with WBB standout, and talented artist, Peyton Williams (video on Twitter).