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K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | August 31, 2014

    Guggisberg: Cats handle SFA, underwhelm in rout

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    Last year, North Dakota State had the talent, depth and grind-it-out game plan to spoil Kansas State’s family reunion. The Bison beat the Wildcats on opening night and ruined the dedication of the West Stadium Center by squeaking out a 24-21 win in the

  • Football | August 29, 2014

    Wildcats open season with stable of RBs vying for top job

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    Jones, Robinson, Leverett and Jones may sound like a law firm, when in reality it’s the stable of running backs Bill Snyder could conceivably march out this Saturday night for Kansas State’s season opener against Stephen F. Austin. Sophomore Charles Jones is expected

  • Football | August 29, 2014

    K-State preparing for anything vs. ‘Jacks

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    Last season, Stephen F. Austin was like a tale of two teams. On the one hand, the Lumberjacks led all of FCS in passing offense with 389 passing yards per game. But then there was the defensive side of the ball, where Stephen F. Austin ranked

  • Football | August 28, 2014

    Lockett ready to stand alone as the best

    Kevin Lockett’s past can cast a long shadow. Nobody knows that better than his son, Tyler, who is on the verge of stepping out of that shadow and creating one of his own. Kevin twice led the Big Eight in receptions and finished as

  • Football | August 28, 2014

    Lochbihler, Walsh competing for punter job

    Mitch Lochbihler and Nick Walsh couldn’t be any more different. The two Kansas State punters, who consider each other to be best friends, have different ways of kicking and another difference that’s apparent just by looking at them. Lochbihler is 6-foot-6 and Walsh

  • Football | August 28, 2014

    Johnson relishing chance to come home

    Terrale Johnson is grateful for the rare opportunity he has at Kansas State. The Manhattan native and junior-college transfer was the last recruit to ink his scholarship with the Wildcats on signing day last February, because the offer wasn’t extended until that day. Coaches

  • Football | August 28, 2014

    Davis earns first start at LB

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    Will Davis came to Kansas State with a highly touted high school career at one of Texas’ top programs. As a high school senior, the linebacker led Southlake Carroll to an undefeated season and a state championship, tallying 176 tackles and 10 sacks on the way to

  • Football | August 27, 2014

    Blue Springs freshmen crack Wildcats’ two-deep

    As of now, a pair of true freshman are set to get on the field for Kansas State this season — both from Blue Springs, Mo. — and neither is running back Dalvin Warmack. Linebacker Elijah Lee and safety Kaleb Prewett both cracked the Wildcats’ two-deep depth

  • Football | August 26, 2014

    Multiple former Wildcats released from NFL teams

    A handful of former Kansas State football players were cut this week ahead of a 3 p.m. Tuesday deadline to trim NFL rosters down to 75 players. One of the more surprising cuts was Washington Redskins’ linebacker Rob Jackson. The former defensive lineman spent six seasons

  • Football | August 22, 2014

    4-star cornerback chooses K-State

    Christmas may still be a few months away, but the Wildcats have plenty to celebrate today after picking up a highly coveted verbal commitment from standout cornerback Duke Shelley. Shelley — the 10th member of the Wildcats’ 2015 recruiting class so far — announced his intent via Twitter


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