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As a New Yorker, I couldn’t care less about the outcome of K-State versus North Dakota State tonight. And unless you’re from either of those two states, you’re probably like me. So take no sides, but go ahead and watch the “K-State Mask,” talk a whole bunch of hilarious shit on NDSU. Why didn’t anybody tell me about this guy before?
Yeah, like there’s any chance I’m not just going to write about March Madness this morning. As much as some NBA things did happen last night (Miami keeps rolling, Lakers lose to freaking Washington), it’s March Madness, baby (© Dick Vitale). And since it is March Madness, of course there were two huge upsets to get this tournament started.
You know that thing that more and more idiotic football players are doing where they drop the ball right before they cross the goal line for a touchdown, thereby actually fumbling? That happened to Kansas State last night against Texas, and the ensuing series of events led to Longhorns coach Mack Brown descending into insanity on live television.
There will be some major changes at the top of the BCS standings after this weekend as both no. 1 Kansas State and no. 2 Oregon both lost last night, while the rest of the top 10 (actually, the top 17) all won, and an unlikely new no. 1 team emerges…
So Now We Know: A $200 Wire Transfer For “Money To Eat” Kept Jamar Samuels Out Of His Final Collegiate Game
Although we don’t know all the details, it seems like a really unfortunate set of circumstances, and perhaps a big misunderstanding, led to Kansas State senior Jamar Samuels being held out of his team’s third round loss to Syracuse yesterday. Jamar is seen to the left in a suit, receiving the “Never Broken By Hardship Or Battle Award” last year.
Kansas State was without forward Jamar Samuels for today’s game against number one seeded Syracuse. Samuels was held out at the last minute for an “eligibility concern.” This turned out to be his last collegiate game, which just so happened to be a third round tournament loss. Coach Frank Martin, after the game, was not pleased. Video after the jump.
Members of the Southern Mississippi band could be heard directing a racist chant at Kansas State’s Angel Rodriguez as Rodriguez took a free throw during their first round NCAA Tournament game today in Pittsburgh. The video, after the jump.
Thursday’s Pinstripe bowl, which was played at Yankee Stadium, ended with a controversial excessive celebration penalty against Kansas State’s Adrian Hilburn. Yes, we’ll be hearing a lot about this one today.