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  • Football | April 27, 2014

    Little Kaiden highlights spring game

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    Spring games are generally pretty forgettable. The same could also be said about Kansas State’s annual scrimmage at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday — unless you’re Kaiden Schroeder. Diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia, 8-year-old Kaiden had the biggest play of the day for

  • Football | April 27, 2014

    Deep group of WR looks to make an impact

    Among the questions surrounding the Kansas State football program heading into the 2014 season is who is going to step in to help fill the void left by departing senior wide receiver Tramaine Thompson, opposite Tyler Lockett, this fall. With Lockett out of Saturday’s spring

  • Football | April 25, 2014

    Mueller ready to take next step

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    Perhaps the only thing more difficult than collecting a school-record 11.5 sacks and earning All-America status in a season, is doing it twice. Yet former walk-on and reigning Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year Ryan Mueller says despite the record-setting season he had a year ago,

  • Football | April 25, 2014

    Wildcats look to fill big holes at LB

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    Kansas State’s two top tacklers last season were linebackers Blake Slaughter and Jonathan Truman. Slaughter is now gone, along with part-time starter Tre Walker, creating holes up the middle the Wildcats were looking to fill this spring. Truman, the Wildcats’ second-leading returning tackler with 89

  • Football | April 24, 2014

    Collin Klein signs 2-year deal with Montreal Alouettes

    Former Kansas State quarterback and Heisman finalist Collin Klein has secured his first opportunity to play professional football, signing a two-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. After his career at K-State ended, Klein was invited to the Houston Texan’s

  • Football | April 23, 2014

    Snyder: Spring game is for the fans

    While some schools have opted to ditch their annual spring game, it should come as no surprise that Kansas State’s Bill Snyder like things just the way they are. “It’s for our fan base,” he said Tuesday. “I prefer to have another practice,

  • Football | April 22, 2014

    Three Wildcats competing for RB spot

    John Hubert started 36 of the last 38 games at running back for Kansas State. Now, it’s anybody’s guess as to who will get the first shot to replace the second-leading rusher in school history and starter the last three years when the Wildcats open

  • Football | April 16, 2014

    Hayes filling gap for Cats’ offensive line

    When last season came to a close, Kansas State was left with two gigantic holes on the offensive line. Both tackles — Cornelius Lucas and Tavon Rooks — graduated, but the Wildcats are hoping they have the problem solved by the end of the spring. With three

  • Football | April 14, 2014

    Burton could make an impact in ’14

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    There was a decent amount of fanfare when Deante Burton made the choice to stay at home and play football for Kansas State. Burton came to K-State at a time when Chris Harper was on his way out, playing his final year before heading to

  • Football | April 13, 2014

    Cox to be inducted into Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame

    Third-year K-State linebackers coach Mike Cox was inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame during the 52nd annual North Idaho Sports Banquet on Saturday in Coeur d Alene, Idaho. Cox, one of five inductees in this year’s class, was a standout at Coeur’

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