Just Do The Right Thing, Kansas State

Jan 8, 2014; Manhattan, KS, USA; Kansas State Wildcats guard Leticia Romero (10) drives to the basket past Oklahoma State Cowgirls guard Roshunda Johnson (00) during the second half at Fred Bramlage Coliseum. Oklahoma State won 58-51. - Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

It'll be forgotten if the right things happen quickly, but otherwise, Kansas State is building a miserable trap for itself.

Like most people in the ACC region, we expect, we don't really pay a lot of attention to Kansas State. It's just sort of out there in Big 12 Land and rarely makes it into our consciousness.

This story, though, is just over the top.

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Leticia Romero, a women's basketball player from Spain, wanted to transfer after her coach was fired.

It's hard to explain the whole thing succinctly, but in a nutshell, K-State suspected tampering and refused to sign off on her transfer. After that, the AD recommended to an appeals committee that she be allowed to leave. But K-State VP said that the ruling is "final and binding, and there is no university procedure to re-examine one of those decisions."

Well make one, kesil.

Aside from the fact that your university looks like a massive bully, it's just wrong. It's procedural, stupid stuff, and anyone with some authority at the university could straighten it out.

Let her go.

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