If the loss to North Dakota State alarmed some fans two weeks ago, Saturday night’s 37-7 win over lowly UMass should put them in full-on crisis mode. Let’s start with the obvious. This defense can’t stop anybody — not for four quarters, anyway.
If Kansas State was looking for a confidence boost before opening Big 12 play next week, the Wildcats found it against Massachusetts Saturday night. The Wildcats survived a sluggish start to the game and then cruised to a blowout 37-7 victory at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder always seems to have a plan for everything. He has Plan A, Plan B and Plan C, and then probably 100 more after that, preparing for every possible scenario that could conceivably take place. Yet, jokingly, he said this week that
It doesn’t matter how many times you ask him, or in what way you phrase the question. Bill Snyder doesn’t overlook opposing football teams. K-State could be playing Manhattan High on Saturday, and Snyder would still rattle off several reasons why the Wildcats
Kansas State might be rolling with a two quarterback system, but Massachusetts is still trying to figure out which guy is its best option going forward. Although returning starter Mike Wegzyn was named the Minutemen’s starter before the season, backup AJ Doyle has seen
While Kansas State’s special teams have been exactly that at times already this season, there have also been a couple hiccups along the way as well. But one of the more consistent performers so far for the Wildcats has been new kicker Jack Cantele.
Kansas State receiver Tramaine Thompson has been named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week following his performance in the Wildcats’ 48-27 victory over Louisiana on Saturday. Thompson, who totaled 234 all-purpose yards against the Ragin’ Cajuns, was also named to the Paul Hornung Award
K-State fans are invited to an open house for the new West Stadium Center, as the new 215,000 square-foot facility will be open to fans from 6-8 p.m. on Friday. The tour will begin outside Gate B, as fans will be directed onto the north
This really is a good problem to have if you’re Kansas State. The Wildcats have two capable quarterbacks, clearly very different in styles, yet both effective doing what each of them does best. And while Jake Waters will start again Saturday night against UMass,
Kansas State fans have seen their share of memorable quarterback-wide receiver duos over the years. From Carl Straw connecting with Frank Hernandez for the game-winning touchdown in coach Bill Snyder’s first win, to Ell Roberson hitting James Terry deep to beat Oklahoma in the 2003