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K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | October 26, 2015

    Baylor facing huge loss with QB Russell hurt

    WACO, Texas — Playoff hopeful Baylor is facing a potentially huge loss after staying undefeated, with quarterback Seth Russell set to see a specialist for a fractured bone in his neck. The extent of Russell’s injury won’t be known until after that visit early

  • Football | October 24, 2015

    Cats’ losing streak reaches four games


    AUSTIN, Texas — Kansas State held Texas to just one second-half touchdown, but it still was not enough to overcome the Wildcats’ lingering offensive woes as the Longhorns came away with a 23-9 victory Saturday at a drenched Texas Memorial Stadium. Outscored 78-9 in the last

  • Football | October 23, 2015

    Wildcats take three-game losing skid into Austin


    Bill Snyder said what everyone was probably thinking anyway. “You know, it’s not so much losing three in a row, as it is how badly we were defeated here this last week, is probably the most significant thing,” he said this past Tuesday. K-State

  • Football | October 23, 2015

    K-State playcalling called into question after lopsided loss

    There was plenty of blame and even more questions after the worst home loss in Kansas State history, one that left just about everyone wondering about the state of the program. There was one thing coach Bill Snyder didn’t have to wonder about. “Our

  • Football | October 23, 2015

    Young Shelley stepping in among injured secondary

    There weren’t many positives to take from Kansas State’s 55-0 loss to Oklahoma last Saturday, but those searching for something good to focus on need not look further than cornerback Duke Shelley. The true freshman had six tackles and two passes defended against

  • Football | October 21, 2015

    Captains call players-only meeting


    Sometimes it means more coming from your peers. At least that’s what is appears the Kansas State football captains were going for when they called a players-only meeting Monday afternoon to discuss the state of the season — just 48 hours after being throttled by 55 points

  • Football | October 20, 2015

    Snyder apologizes for effort vs. Sooners


    Still reeling from the worst home loss in school history, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder wrote a letter of apology to the students on Monday. The Wildcats lost 55-0 to Oklahoma on Saturday, marking the first any K-State team had been shut out at home

  • Football | October 20, 2015

    Horns feel good after win, but are still 2-4

    AUSTIN, Texas — If the Texas Longhorns are still giddy after their big win over Oklahoma that many called a program changer, junior defensive tackle Paul Boyette is happy to spoil the fun. “We played our butts off against Oklahoma,” Boyette said Monday. “But we’re

  • Football | October 19, 2015

    Snyder, players ask fans not to give up


    Very few fansstayed around to watch the final two quarters of Kansas State’s worst home loss in school history on Saturday. Shut out for the first time since 1996 — and at home since 1991 — the Wildcats have now lost three straight games and have only a

  • Football | October 18, 2015

    Cats shut out for first time since ‘96


    Kansas State’s third-quarter problem became a four-quarter disaster on Saturday. It was so bad in the end that only a few fans even stayed in Bill Snyder Family Stadium to watch 19th-ranked Oklahoma finish a historic 55-0 drubbing of the Wildcats. The embarrassing loss

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