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The Mid-Morning Dump: Kansas City is Abandoned

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Niang closes out his career in Kansas City, an NCAA 6-seed is possible, and a fox does its best Tom Eades impersonation.

Iowa State Basketball

SOONERS GET THE LAST LAUGH. Oklahoma rides Buddy Hield's impressive performance to dispatch the Cyclones from Kansas City on Thursday night.

MORRIS IS BANGED UP. Monte Morris' hurt shoulder was clearly bothering him last night, and he talked about it after the game.

HEAL UP, STEP UP. Uncle Randy talks about the blessing in disguise with last night's loss: the rest might get the Cyclones over the hump in the NCAA Tournament next week.

THINK POSITIVELY. Chris Williams talks about how we should appreciate last night's game for what it was: a battle between two of the all-time greats in the Big XII.

HIGHLIGHTS. Georges Niang did give us a lot of highlights in his final performance in Kansas City.

Final Highlights

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Bracketology

DENVER IS A DISASTER. Joe Lunardi has the Cyclones in Denver against Akron, that's good. The potential second round matchup? No thanks.

PALM BEING PALM. Losing to a Top 10 team in Kansas City was enough to drop Iowa State to a 6-seed playing the winner of one of the Dayton games in Raleigh.

Iowa State Football

COTTON-MOYA LEADS THE DEFENSE. Cyclones.com previews the defensive backs and Matt Campbell discusses some of the JUCOs brought in to shore things up.

Around the Country

GET DAT CURL. Modern football's favorite play is the curl route and all of its deviations.

SCARY FOR SUBBAN. Montreal's P.K. Subban was stretchered off the ice after an awkward hit to his head by a teammate.

FOXY MOVE. A fox runs on to the golf course, scavenges through a bag, and steals some guy's wallet.