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    Kansas State president Richard Myers wants Wildcat basketball fans to stop using vulgar chants targeted at KU when the Jayhawks visit Bramlage Coliseum. Myers spoke out against the chants Wednesday in a letter to the public posted on K-State’s website, describing them as “personally embarrassing.”

Kansas State president Richard Myers wants Wildcat basketball fans to stop using vulgar chants targeted at KU when the Jayhawks visit Bramlage Coliseum. Myers spoke out against the chants Wednesday in a letter to the public posted on K-State’s website, describing them as “personally embarrassing.” John Sleezer The Kansas City Star
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