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Jug Of News (07.06.12)

Welcome to our humble abode. Pull up a seat and grab a glass for a sip from today’s Jug of News. Hit the jump for David Ubben (shock!) predicting demise for the Wildcats, Bill Snyder laughing SO hard at Brady’s scorched nipple, a letter from AD John Currie, and more.

I find it shocking–shocking, I say!–that ESPN’s Big 12 blogger, David Ubben, has K-State starting off a pedestrian 3-2 (0-2) in his “Predicting the 2012 Season” series. And by “shocking”, I mean, of course, completely predictable. He’s convinced Iowa State is going to beat us, because they have such a long recent history of doing so. Some people never learn. Ubben’s one of those “some people.”

Speaking of football, Brady Bauman, intrepid columnist and Katy Perry fan, has Bill Snyder laughing SO hard again. This time it  has to do with a severely scorched nipple, Erik Kynard, and some other stuff. You will punch yourself in the crotch if you miss this column.

Athletic director John Currie has been known to write a letter or two. His July open letter was released yesterday, and he talks about how busy the summer has been, and how much money the school raked in during this past fiscal year, among other things.

Finally, in the spirit of shifting conference affiliations, some Missouri fans are feeling a bit pissy that a sports store owned by–gasp!–KU FANS has been allowed to set up shop in Columbia. Oh, the humanity! Oh, the f*****g humanity of it all!!!

Some older stories, in case you missed them:

Ryann Krais Finishes 7th At The U.S. Olympic Trials

The Big 12 Is Better Without Missouri and Texas A&M

Erik Kynard Is An Olympian

Kansas State Baseball In The Pros

Wildcat Weekly Wrap (06.30.12)

What Will The New College Football Playoff Look Like?

Bill Snyder Laughed SO Hard…: Katy Perry Gets Me Through It

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