The annual Purple/White Spring Game will be carried on 14 stations across the state of Kansas, in addition to Sirius/XM Satellite Radio as the K-State Sports Network and K-State Sports Properties announced its affiliate lineup for this Saturday. Coverage on Saturday begins at 12:30 p.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is in no hurry to decide the format of this Saturday’s spring game. Snyder has seen his team scrimmage both the ones against the twos, and the ones against the ones, but he’s still unsure which format would
Bill Snyder says statistics don’t tell the whole story. But last season’s defensive numbers certainly tell a good part of the story of how the Wildcats finished with a 6-7 record and struggled to stop almost everybody in the Big 12. The Wildcats surrendered
Alex Delton is back for more. After a competitive battle at quarterback last season, Delton was right in the mix for the Wildcats as a true freshman. But after Jesse Ertz, the winner of the quarterback battle, went down with injury in the first game
Charmeachealle Moore almost walked away from football. The Kansas State linebacker missed all but one game of the 2014 season after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. And while he was finally back on the field last season, he again nearly gave up after being dealt
Jesse Ertz’s first-career start was over just as soon as it started. The junior quarterback tore the ACL in his right knee on the first play of the season last year and knew nearly immediately that he was done. “I had a pretty good
The Kansas State football team is looking to pick up some of the pieces this spring from a difficult 6-7 season this last fall. K-State battled injuries and late-game disappointments last season, finishing the year with a 22-point loss in the Liberty Bowl to Arkansas
The first on-field preparations for the 2016 football season began Wednesday afternoon, as Kansas State hit the field for the first of 14 practices leading up to the Purple/White Spring Game later in April. Beginning Wednesday, K-State will practice each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday over
DANVILLE, Calif. — Jarrod Cooper has every right to despise football. Playing the game for almost half his life has left the former Kansas State safety dealing with severe migraines, depression, seizures and cognitive dysfunctions associated with multiple concussions from the sport he still loves. Cooper’
Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder named the 12 members of the team that will serve as player representatives for the 2016 season, in an announcement Wednesday. Dante Barnett, Deante Burton, Jesse Ertz, Joe Hubener, Charles Jones, Elijah Lee, Matthew McCrane, Dalton Risner, Trent Tanking, Dayton
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