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K-State Sports - Football

  • Columns |Football | May 12, 2016

    Jellison: Bill Snyder has Twitter figured out

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    So what if Bill Snyder is 76? He can still hang with the young guys. That’s what I took from the Kansas State head football coach’s decision to venture into social media with a Twitter account: he seems to have figured it all out

  • Football | April 30, 2016

    Goolsby motivates Florida teams

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    Even from more than 1,200 miles away, Denzel Goolsby is having an impact. The Kansas State freshman wide receiver never thought a speech last year would serve as a motivator for other college athletes, but that’s exactly what happened. Throughout this school year, Goolsby has

  • Football | April 30, 2016

    Bears take K-State OL Whitehair

    One of the best offensive linemen in program history, Kansas State’s Cody Whitehair was selected with the 25th pick of the second round, No. 56 overall, in the 2016 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears on Friday evening. His selection extended K-State’s Big 12-leading streak

  • Football | April 28, 2016

    Four Wildcats named to NFF honor society

    Four former Kansas State football players — place kicker Jack Cantele, fullback Glenn Gronkowski, offensive lineman Luke Hayes and wide receiver Stanton Weber — were among a record 868 players to be named members of the 2016 National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society, the NFF announced Wednesday. The

  • Football | April 26, 2016

    Snyder joins social media with Twitter post

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    Bill Snyder, who once referred to the internet as “electronic cyberspace world,” has joined Twitter. The Kansas State football coach made his debut Monday with a tweet complimenting his team: “So very proud of the young men in our program for their effort and commitment

  • Football | April 26, 2016

    Senior Barnett back for Wildcats

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    Dante Barnett planned to lead Kansas State’s defense for one last season and then take his shot at the NFL. But nothing went according to plan last season for the K-State safety. Barnett went down with a shoulder injury early in the first game

  • Football | April 24, 2016

    QBs shine in annual spring game

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    Bill Snyder says he truly doesn’t know who will be his starting quarterback next season. If Saturday’s spring game was any indication, Kansas State’s Hall of Fame coach is telling the truth. Much like last season’s spring scrimmage, Joe Hubener, Alex

  • Football | April 24, 2016

    Scrimmage highlights new faces on defense

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    Injuries on the defensive side of the ball likely cost Kansas State some wins a year ago. As the hurt players began to pile up, the Wildcats’ coaching staff had no choice but to throw several young players into the mix midseason, giving each a

  • Football | April 24, 2016

    Wildcats show depth at wide receiver

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    Kansas State finished its spring practices still trying to build depth at a few positions, but at least one area of the team has plenty of players to choose from. The Wildcats got plenty of contributions from its wide receiver corps during Saturday’s Purple

  • Football | April 22, 2016

    Snyder takes chance on WR Pringle

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    Before Byron Pringle ever signed with Kansas State he had to have a special meeting with Wildcat coach Bill Snyder. Pringle, a 22-year-old sophomore wide receiver for the Wildcats, came to K-State after one season at Butler Community College and a couple years after his

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