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  • Football | December 04, 2013

    K-State/Iowa State change date of 2014 football game

    The Iowa State athletic department announced Wednesday night that it has reached an agreement with Kansas State to move their 2014 football game — originally scheduled for Oct. 11 in Ames, Iowa — to Sept. 6. In turn, Iowa State has moved its game with Toledo on Sept. 20 to the

  • Football | December 03, 2013

    K-State adds UTEP to 2014 schedule

    Kansas State has added UTEP to next season’s football schedule, according to K-State athletic director John Currie. The 2014 schedule hasn’t officially been released by K-State yet, but Currie announced the addition of UTEP during an interview Monday with KMAN. UTEP will replace UT-San

  • Football | December 02, 2013

    Next step for Cats: Win a bowl game

    Shortly after wrapping up Kansas State’s 31-10 victory over Kansas this past Saturday in Lawrence, senior receiver Tramaine Thompson wasn’t picky when asked about his preference of possible bowl destinations. “I don’t really care — just not cold,” he said. “As long as

  • Football | December 02, 2013

    Former Wildcat Clary still impacting Chargers

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At age 35, cornerback Terence Newman of the Cincinnati Bengals is the graybeard, the elder statesman of the most tenured active NFL players from Kansas State. Newman is still playing at a high level in this his 11th season. He spent his first

  • Football | December 02, 2013

    Injuries slowing former Wildcats

    The long grind of the NFL season has started to get to a number of former Kansas State players. While New Orleans Saints running back Darren Sproles is probable to return from an ankle injury tonight against Seattle, others haven’t been so lucky. Running

  • Football | December 01, 2013

    Behind Hubert, K-State runs past Jayhawks, 31-10

    LAWRENCE — John Hubert wanted a senior-day do-over and the rival Jayhawks obliged.  Behind a career-high 220 rushing yards and a 21-yard touchdown, Hubert led the Wildcats past Kansas 31-10 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. (Kansas State running back John Hubert runs through a big hole

  • Football | December 01, 2013

    K-State forces six turnovers in victory

    LAWRENCE — Jake Heaps might have nightmares for a while. James Sims might want to forget the final game of his collegiate career. The Jayhawks’ quarterback and running back combined for five of Kansas’ six turnovers on Saturday in a 31-10 loss to Kansas State, bringing

  • Football | November 29, 2013

    Motivation built in for Sunflower Showdown

    For 60 members of the Kansas State football team, Saturday’s regular-season finale against the University of Kansas is a game they’ve had circled on their calendars for months. (Three Kansas State players wrap up Kansas running back James Sims last season at Bill Snyder

  • Football | November 29, 2013

    Sims makes lowly KU go

    Oklahoma made it look easy — rushing for more than 300 yards a week ago against Kansas State. The Wildcats are hoping it doesn’t start a trend because Saturday’s matchup at Kansas has the potential to be another big challenge for K-State. Sooners running back

  • Columns |Football | November 29, 2013

    Kinder: Being close in proximity does not a rivalry make

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    You can’t blame conference realignment for this one. No, the poor state of the Sunflower Showdown falls squarely on the two schools involved. Kansas State and Kansas need to share this epic fail. When I think of rivalries, I think Texas/Oklahoma, Nebraska/Oklahoma,

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