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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

What do you think of replacing TCU and West Virginia with Texas A&M and Missouri? The Big 12 Announces Their 2012 Football Schedule

What do you think of replacing TCU and West Virginia with Texas A&M and Missouri? The Big 12 Announces Their 2012 Football Schedule 


What do you think of replacing TCU and West Virginia with Texas A&M and Missouri?


The Big 12 has been waiting on the addition of West Virginia before the football schedule for 2012 is released. Now that the addition of West Virginiahas been finalized, the Big 12 Conference has released its 2012 football schedule, which does include TCU and West Virginia.



Click here to view the 2012 Big 12 Football Schedule


The first football game scheduled for the Big 12 season is between TCU and Kansas on September 15th.
TCU and West Virginia are replacing Missouri and Texas A&M, which joined the Southeastern Conference.

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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Kansas University Football first Attracted Bishop Miege High School Coach, Now Player Tre Parmalee

Kansas University first hired Charlie Weis from Florida.
Charlie negotiated a good salary for the assistant coaches. The first coach Charlie hires was Tim Grunnard from Bishop Miege in Roeland Park, Kansas. Tim was the head football coach of the Miege Stags and a former Kansas City Chiefs football player. My Gardner Trailblazer's have played the Stags a couple times over the last couple years and I think Tim did a wonderful job representing the Stags. I always liked his demeanor on the sidelines.

Now that Tim is headed to Kansas University, he may have had some pull to get Tre Parmalee.
Tre Parmalee, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound receiver out of Bishop Miege High School, orally committed to the Kansas football team on Wednesday night.

Parmalee is the first commitment for new KU coach Charlie Weis. Parmalee picked KU after de-committing from Northern Illinois.
Tim Grunnard is the first hired and Tre Parmalee is the first commitment for KU.
I like the idea of getting some of the football talent from the area. This should be good to watch Tim and Tre on the KU sidelines, even though I'm a Kansas State Wildcat.




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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Will recent news affect the Kansas State Bioscience first phase opening?

As the Kansas State Bioscience first phase comes to its opening phase, will the recent news affect the area.

The CEO, Tom Thornton, is gone, and the investigation of the Kansas Bioscience Authority goes on.

The governor and three members of the Senate Commerce Committee said they continue to harbor reservations about the agency, despite Friday's resignation of Thornton, its embattled CEO.

To read more about the Kansas Bioscience Authority, go to the Wichita Eagle article: Bioscience CEO quits; scrutiny continues

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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Kansas and Kansas State will get #1 seeds in the NCAA tournament

Have you ever heard "Be careful for what you wish for"?

That is so true for me. I have been wanting the Kansas State Wildcats to meet the Kansas Jayhawks in the Big 12 final. Now here it is. My dream is coming true. 

It's big. Look at how many top 20 teams have vanished in the NCAA mens basketball? And my two favorite teams are tops in the Big 12. The Jayhawks are a lock for a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament, win or lose. My Wildcats could sneak in and grab another #1 seed. 

This is a dream year for college basketball fans from Kansas. Isn't it?

How big is the game tonight? ESPN grabbed the coverage and will feature the game tonight moving another tourney game. 

If you are watching twitter, you'll notice thousands of tweets about the matchup.

Andy Katz, and ESPN sports writer, wrote on his twitter that " You can debate all you want but Kansas-KState in KC will have the best atmosphere of any conference tourney title game in 2010."

A ticket scalper was quoted before the Wildcats victory with "Big 12 has half of its dream final. If Kansas State beats Baylor tickets will go for $300 to $400 Sat. night."

Now my split household will watch the game. Yes you heard me right. I married a Jayhawk. We have fun, even to the point of dividing the decor in our sports room.

My next dream is to see KU and KSU as #1 seeds in the NCAA tournament and meet in the final game.


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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Exciting sports this week in Kansas City . . . Will the Wildcats win on Wednesday?

The week in sports ended on a wild note. Kansas followed with a loss soon after Kentucky lost. Kansas State started sluggish but survived 40 minutes of high pressure from Missouri. started with a loss to Oklahoma State Cowboys.

In the Olympics, this maybe the best Winter Olympics for the US. The 4 man bob sled team ended a 50 year drought in the bob sled with a gold medal run. 

Looking ahead, the American hockey team will play the Canadian hockey team for the gold medal. It's sad to see the Olympics end, it has been fun to watch, hasn't it?

Wednesday will be a big game for Kansas State. Will Kansas State be able to avenge an earlier loss to the Kansas Jayhawks? Although it will be played on the Kansas Jayhawks court, were they have had the best home court advantage, the Kansas State Wildcats should put up a great fight. I'm sure most sports fans in Kansas will be watching the game. Win or lose, the Wildcats should finish the Big 12 season in no less than tied for second.

Who will you be rooting for on Wednesday?


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Monday, February 22, 2010

Kansas State moves up in NCAA AP poll, Kansas remains #1

NCAA College Basketball Polls, College Basketball Rankings, NCAA Basketball Polls - ESPN: "AP Top 25
�1. Kansas (61) 26-1 1,621
�2. Kentucky (4) 26-1 1,559
�3. Purdue 23-3 1,470
�4. Syracuse 25-2 1,455
�5. Duke 23-4 1,323
�6. Kansas State 22-4 1,302
�7. Villanova 22-4 1,189
�8. West Virginia 21-5 1,183
�9. Ohio State 21-7 1,097
10. New Mexico 25-3 997"

Fans from Kansas and Kansas State will get a real treat on March 3rd if both schools play to their current level and win their remaining games until the show down. It is conceivable for both schools to be in the Top 5 on March 3rd when they next meet. Will you be watching the show down game?

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