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K-State Sports - Football

  • Football | August 07, 2015

    Cats have big hole at center

    Much of the talk this offseason has been about Kansas State’s need for a quarterback. But beyond the Wildcats losing Jake Waters and the most prolific quarterback-wide receiver combination in school history is another loss that goes just as deep. For four years B.

  • Football | August 06, 2015

    Wildcats report to fall camp

    Exactly one month away from the start of the 2015 college football season, Kansas State football players reported to the new Vanier Family Football Complex Wednesday morning for the beginning of fall camp. K-State will conduct 25 practices over the next 24 days before getting in its regular

  • Football | August 05, 2015

    New Vanier Complex ready for season

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    After seven months of contruction, the new Vanier Family Football Complex is open and ready for business. Wildcat coaches and staff moved into the building this week, while the football team reported to camp on Wednesday for the 2015 season. β€œIt is a great day for

  • Football | August 04, 2015

    Waters working out for Seahawks

    Former Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters is getting another chance at the NFL. Waters confirmed to a reporter from Rivals.com he was scheduled to have a workout with the Seahawks today, as he tries to earn a spot for training camp. The Seahawks currently

  • Football | August 03, 2015

    Wildcats add linebacker to 2016 class

    Kansas State added its first defensive player to the 2016 recruiting class over the weekend by picking up a commitment from a linebacker. Jimmy McKinney β€” from Oologah, Okla. β€” gave the Wildcats his verbal commitment on Sunday, becoming the eighth member of the 2016 recruiting class. McKinney ranks

  • Football | August 02, 2015

    Burns’ patience pays off for K-State

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    When Morgan Burns came to Kansas State, he had never played cornerback before. Though he played safety during his prep days at Trinity Academy in Wichita, Burns made a name for himself with his play at running back, while also hauling in medals in sprints

  • Football | July 31, 2015

    K-State adds another OL to 2016 class

    For the second time over the span of a week, the Kansas State football program added an offensive lineman to its 2016 recruiting class. Blake Hickey, a 6-foot-4, 275-pound guard from Godley, Texas, took to Twitter to give his verbal commitment to K-State on Wednesday, calling

  • Football | July 31, 2015

    Reserved seating for first four K-State football games sold out

    With the 2015 football season just over a month away, K-State Athletics officials announced Wednesday that all reserved seating for the first four home games is sold out as the Wildcats close in on a season sellout and run their consecutive sellout streak to 27 games. Additionally,

  • Football | July 29, 2015

    Weber relishes opportunities to play

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    Stanton Weber still remembers the play that could have ended it all before it started. Long before Weber was a senior captain at Kansas State, he was a walk-on from Bishop Miege with a slim chance of ever making it on the field. But history

  • Football |Men's Basketball |Volleyball |Women's Basketball |Track & Field | July 29, 2015

    KSU announces 2016 Athletics Hall of Fame class

    Kansas State Athletics will honor a group of 10 individuals with induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame in January, school officials announced Wednesday. The 2016 Hall of Fame class includes former student-athletes Steve Anson (baseball), Michael Bishop (football), Dawn Cady (volleyball), Martin Gramatica (football), Max Moss (

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