The Kansas State football team picked up a commitment Sunday night from high school linebacker Justin Hughes. The Tucker (Ga.) High prospect chose the Wildcats over offers from Syracuse, TCU, Buffalo, Furman, Jacksonville State and Liberty. He announced his decision on Twitter. Hughes, a 6-foot-1, 205
The Chicago Bears announced on Sunday they were parting ways with linebackers coach Tim Tibesar. Tibesar formerly served as defensive coordinator under Ron Prince at Kansas State from 2007-08, after serving one season as special teams coach in 2006.
The home team is behind by one point with just over two minutes to play. A conference victory and eligibility for a bowl game are on the line, but it doesn’t look good for the home team. They have the ball, but way back
Q: Does Kevin Lockett have any more sons, and if not, why not?
There was a time when few probably thought John Hubert would be where he is today — among the best running backs in Kansas State history. (Kansas State’s John Hubert stiff-arms Michigan’s Raymon Taylor in the first half of the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
TEMPE, Ariz. — Michigan may have the winningest football program in history, but this night belonged to Kansas State. The Wildcats used MVP-type performances from quarterback Jake Waters and receiver Tyler Lockett to cruise to a 31-14 victory over the Wolverines on Saturday night in the
TEMPE, Ariz. — Ryan Mueller isn’t the only Kansas State defensive lineman chasing a record tonight against Michigan. Travis Britz, who’s anchored the Wildcats’ interior this season, needs one more blocked kick in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl — kicking off at 9:15 (CST) on ESPN —
TEMPE, Ariz. — Daniel Sams may have played his last game at quarterback. The Kansas State sophomore accounted for 23 yards of total offense in the Wildcats’ 31-14 victory over Michigan Saturday night in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium. Sams’ bowl performance marks
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Ty Zimmerman knew what happened when he was helped off the field during the first quarter against TCU on Nov. 16. A coincidence, or just bad luck, the Kansas State safety had suffered another leg injury — this time the right leg — against the same
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — When the bowl announcements were made earlier this month, the potential matchup between Michigan left tackle Taylor Lewan and Kansas State defensive end Ryan Mueller seemed like pure gold — a one-on-one type of battle seemingly built for national TV. You have a former