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K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | November 20, 2015

    Wildcats expect physical battle with Iowa State

    When teams match up with Iowa State, they can expect the battle up front to turn into an all-out war. While many Big 12 teams have gone to more of a spread attack, the Cyclones are one of the few that still manage to resemble the

  • Football | November 18, 2015

    Cats, Cyclones more similar than ever

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    For years now, the Iowa State football team under Paul Rhoads has looked a lot like Bill Snyder’s program at Kansas State. The two teams often recruit the same type of blue-collar players, they typically both favor a running attack that chews up clock

  • Football | November 16, 2015

    Big 12’s best playoff hopes rest with Pokes, Sooners

    WACO, Texas — The Big 12’s playoff prospects have shifted from the banks of the Brazos to completely north of the Red River into Oklahoma, where the Sooners are surging and Oklahoma State is still undefeated. With Bedlam still to come, the No. 4 Cowboys (10-0, 7-0

  • Football | November 14, 2015

    Wildcats’ losing streak hits six games

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    LUBBOCK, Texas — None of the current Wildcats were alive the last time Kansas State lost six straight games. Hoping to end one streak and start another in an attempt to become bowl eligible, the Wildcats again came up short Saturday, losing to Texas Tech, 59-44,

  • Football | November 13, 2015

    Wildcats still believe they can finish strong

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    Only four Kansas State football teams have lost five straight games in the last 27 years, making what this season’s Wildcats are going through truly uncharted territory. “Kansas State isn’t a program that’s used to losing like this,” redshirt freshman center Dalton Risner

  • Football | November 13, 2015

    Another week, another big-play offense to defend

    More often than not, the Big 12 Conference provides opposing defenses with the tall task of slowing down a spread offensive attack. These attacks have a propensity for finding big plays, an Achilles’ heel for an otherwise stable Kansas State defense this season. Kansas State allowed

  • Football | November 11, 2015

    Snyder on Mizzou: ‘It’s going to be interesting’

    This week’s events at the University of Missouri showed the nation what many around the sports world already knew. High-level college sports teams, football players in particular, are a sleeping giant of sorts. When the Tiger football team decided to walk out on team

  • Football | November 09, 2015

    Cats hope extra time pays off vs. Tech

    Having a few extra days to prepare for Baylor nearly paid off for Kansas State last week, losing by only seven to the second-ranked Bears. “Having that time really got us fresh and we had a lot of time to study Baylor,” K-State running back

  • Football | November 07, 2015

    Brown impressed by K-State’s growth

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    When Larry Brown went to Dodge City to play football in 1965, he had to adjust to a fear of tornadoes and the unfamiliar smell of feed yards. Moving to Kansas from Clairton, Pa., just out side of Pittsburgh, was a big change for Brown, but

  • Football | November 07, 2015

    Cantele, Gronkowski named Academic All-District

    Kansas State senior place kicker Jack Cantele and junior fullback Glenn Gronkowski were named to the 2015 Academic All-District 7 first team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced this week. It marks the second straight season Gronkowski has been honored, while it is the

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