Wichita State, you’re probably aware, will play its first-ever American Athletic Conference game Saturday at 11 a.m. against Connecticut in Hartford.WSU and UConn as conference rivals? Believe it. Embrace it.After many decades as a member of the Missouri Valley Conference, the Shockers are on to bigger and, we presume, better things.What can WSU do for the American?
We wonder why Bill Snyder continues to coach football at Kansas State.He’s 78 and he’s done pretty much everything a coach can do, with the exception of winning a national championship.Snyder has been inducted into eight Halls of Fame, won Big 12 championships, been on the cusp of national titles and had a stadium named after his family.He built a laughingstock Kansas State football program into one of the country’s best and most respected.
Duke’s Marvin Bagley III might be the best freshman in college basketball this season. But I reserve handing him that title until after I see Oklahoma guard Trae Young in person Saturday against Wichita State.Young, OU’s 6-feet-2 dynamo, is leading the country in scoring at 28.8 points per game. He also finds time to average 8.8 assists.
,Today on The Drive, 4-6, @kfhradio, @ShockerVoice joins us at 4:20 to talk about Wichitans who have played basketball at WSU and @KStateMBB coach Bruce Weber on the Wildcats' huge win last night against Oklahoma. Please tune in. Top 10 Wednesday, Shocker coaches.
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Selecting a term
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