Saturday, October 10, 2015

K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | April 09, 2015

    With big holes, K-State moves on to next crop of WRs

    Kansas State doesn’t just need a new quarterback next season. It needs new guys for him to throw the ball to, as well. The Wildcats not only lost quarterback Jake Waters, they also lost big-time wide receivers Tyler Lockett and Curry Sexton, who combined

  • Football | April 08, 2015

    Hubener in battle for QB job

    Joe Hubener never started a game at quarterback in high school, yet the junior from Cheney might be the frontrunner to do just that for Kansas State next season. The backup to Jake Waters last season, Hubener headlines a group of inexperienced quarterbacks vying for

  • Football | April 04, 2015

    Freeman signs with Dolphins

    MIAMI — Quarterback Josh Freeman notes at least one benefit from being out of work last season — he’s well-rested. The former first-round draft pick from Kansas State says he’s fit and has a healthy attitude too as he joins the Miami Dolphins to compete

  • Football | April 02, 2015

    Wildcats open spring football practice

    On-field preparations for the 2015 football season began Wednesday, as Kansas State took the field for the first of 14 practices leading up to the Purple/White Spring Game on April 25 at Sporting Park in Kansas City. Beginning Wednesday, K-State will practice each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and

  • Football | March 26, 2015

    Tyler Lockett receives Johnny ‘Jet’ Rodgers award

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    It can’t get any better than receiving an award from one of the best college football players to ever play. Well, maybe if he deems you the “baddest man on the planet,” it can be a little bit sweeter. College football great Johnny Rodgers

  • Football | March 20, 2015

    K-State’s Lockett named Jet Award winner

    Kansas State all-purpose All-American Tyler Lockett has been named the winner of the 2014 Johnny “Jet” Rodgers National College Football Return Specialist Award, the award’s committee announced Thursday. Known as “The Jet Award,” the honor was established in 2011 to recognize the best return specialist in

  • Football | March 14, 2015

    Jordy Nelson demands respect for Manhattan on Dan Patrick’s sports show

    Jordy Nelson championed the Little Apple in a national broadcast Wednesday. Nelson, a Manhattan native and former K-State football walk-on, called in to the Dan Patrick Show to set the record straight on which Manhattan is the best - New York’s or Kansas’. “I

  • Football | March 13, 2015

    Big 12 ADs favor football tiebreaker

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.  — It is too late to help Baylor, but the Big 12 athletic directors want one true champion to be more than just a slogan next season. The conference ADs said Thursday they are in favor of using a head-to-head tiebreaker to determine

  • Football | March 01, 2015

    K-State announces football games with Vanderbilt

    Highlighted by home-and-home series with Mississippi State and Vanderbilt of the Southeastern Conference, Kansas State announced its future non-conference football games on Friday that have been finalized through 2020. The full 2015 schedule, which was released this past fall, includes non-conference home games against South Dakota and

  • Football | February 13, 2015

    Change in man downfield rule could impact K-State

    The play still annoys many Alabama fans who are convinced it was illegal. No, not the Kick-Six that Auburn used to beat the Crimson Tide on the last play of the 2013 Iron Bowl. It was the touchdown the Tigers scored before the famous missed field

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