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K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | October 14, 2015

    K-State to play Stanford in 2016, 2021

    Kansas State has agreed to a home-and-home series with the Stanford Cardinal, The Mercury learned Wednesday morning. Confirmed by the K-State athletic department, the Wildcats will open next season at Stanford on Friday, Sept. 2, with a return date in Manhattan set for Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021. “With

  • Football | October 13, 2015

    Snyder almost didn’t kick FG vs. TCU

    Faced with a potential game-breaking decision on fourth-and-1 last Saturday night, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder went for the points. Everyone knows what happened next, as the Wildcats tied the game on a field goal from Jack Cantele with 1:47 left, only to watch TCU score

  • Football | October 12, 2015

    TCU, Baylor make statements in Sunflower State

    TCU and Baylor made a pair of statements in the Sunflower State on Saturday. The Horned Frogs showed their fortitude in a dramatic comeback win at Kansas State, while Baylor unleashed its score-a-second offense in a romp at Kansas. The results saw the teams switch

  • Football | October 10, 2015

    Horned Frogs edge Cats at the end

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    If football games were only two quarters, Kansas State might just be in luck. For the second straight week, the Wildcats were unable to hold onto a halftime lead as second-ranked TCU rallied from 18 points down Saturday to stun K-State 52-45 in the final minutes

  • Football | October 10, 2015

    K-State can’t hold Boykin late in loss

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    For three quarters on Saturday night, the Kansas State football team looked like it figured out how to contain TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin. At the start of the fourth quarter, the Wildcats had a 35-31 lead and were once again moving the ball in the

  • Football | October 09, 2015

    Injuries continue to add up for Wildcats

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    Will Geary, you’re up. With the attrition at quarterback for Kansas State this season, head coach Bill Snyder joked this week that the defensive lineman could be the next Wildcat in line to take snaps if the recent trend of injuries continues. All joking

  • Football | October 09, 2015

    Wildcats bracing for juggernaut Horned Frogs offense

    Boasting one of the nation’s top offenses and an early season Heisman candidate in Trevone Boykin, TCU is about to serve up the biggest challenge Kansas State’s defense has seen this season. Coming off a game in which the Wildcats allowed Oklahoma State

  • Football | October 09, 2015

    Annual Cats for Cans drive is Saturday

    The Kansas State Athletics Department will hold the 20th-annual Cats for Cans food drive during Saturday’s home football game against TCU. Fans are encouraged to help the K-State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) fight hunger in Manhattan by participating in the food drive by bringing

  • Football | October 07, 2015

    Wildcats not looking to play spoiler vs. No. 2 TCU

    The numbers are daunting. TCU averages more than 50 points a game. The Horned Frogs average more than 600 yards of offense per contest and lead the entire country in total offense. Quarterback Trevone Boykin is fourth in the nation in passing yardage with 1,802 yards through five

  • Football | October 06, 2015

    Cook’s status still uncertain for No. 2 Horned Frogs

    Kody Cook might have been Kansas State’s fifth-string quarterback, but the wide receiver looked more than capable of running the Wildcats’ offense during Saturday’s heartbreaking 36-34 loss at Oklahoma State. Whether or not Cook will return to quarterback or go back to wide

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