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Cameron: 3-point shot making game ‘a bit of a bore’

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I absolutely despise the 3-point shot, and I fervently believe that it has no place in the sport.

Men's Basketball

Wildcats focused on No. 1 OU

It could be easy for Kansas State to dwell on its loss to Kansas on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse. But how can any team worry about its last loss when it’s got the No. 1 team in the country staring it in the face?

Women's Basketball

Cats to close road trip at West Virginia

The Kansas State women’s basketball team will be looking to snap its two-game losing streak on Saturday, but it won’t be easy.


  • Soccer | February 05, 2016

    Dibbini signs 16 for inaugural soccer season

    Kansas State women’s soccer head coach Mike Dibbini continues to fill out his inaugural roster, as he has signed 16 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent.

  • Track & Field | February 05, 2016

    KSU track ready for Sevigne Husker Invite

    After a pair top-five finishes at last weekend’s New Mexico Team Invitational, the sixth-ranked Kansas State women’s track and field team and the 24th-ranked men head to Lincoln, Neb., to compete in the Sevigne Husker Invitational.

  • Men's Basketball | February 04, 2016

    Jayhawks run past Cats at ‘The Phog’

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    The Wildcats jumped out to a nine-point lead to start the game, the Jayhawks outscored K-State by 27 over the final 30 minutes to cruise to a 77-59 rout on Wednesday in Allen Fieldhouse.

  • Women's Basketball | February 04, 2016

    KU’s Self apologizes for late dunk

    In the final seconds of the game, Kansas guard Brannen Greene threw down an uncontested dunk after his teammates had acknowledged the game was over.

  • Women's Basketball | February 04, 2016

    No. 4 Bears ease past Cats, 87-52

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    On Wednesday, the Wildcats seemingly never got off the bus, as No. 4 Baylor raced out to a big first-half lead and never looked back to hand K-State an 87-52 loss at the Ferrell Center.

  • Tennis | February 04, 2016

    Wildcats to host Colorado on Friday

    After back-to-back weekends on the road to start the spring season, the Kansas State women’s tennis team will open its home schedule on Friday with a 2 p.m. match against former Big 12 foe Colorado.

  • Football | February 03, 2016

    Wildcats announce 2016 football class

    More than 20 athletes signed on the dotted line Wednesday morning, as Kansas State announced its 2016 football recruiting class.

  • Men's Basketball | February 03, 2016

    Cats eager to play spoiler at Kansas

    Kansas State heads into Lawrence to face No. 7 Kansas tonight likely playing without its starting point guard and looking to break an 11-game Big 12 road losing streak.

  • Volleyball | February 03, 2016

    Fritz signs extension through 2020

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    Staff reports Suzie Fritz has signed a four-year contract extension to remain Kansas State’s volleyball coach through the 2020 season, K-State athletic director John Currie announced Tuesday.

  • Football | February 03, 2016

    Banks, Prewett to transfer

    As Kansas State welcomes a group of new players to the football program, a couple of others have decided to end their time with the Wildcats.

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