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  • Football | January 09, 2013

    K-State’s Klein, Malone to play in East-West Shrine Game

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    Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein and cornerback Nigel Malone have been selected to play in the 88th East-West Shrine Game, the organization announced Tuesday. The selections mark the 48th and 49th in school history for the annual game, which will be Jan. 19 at Tropicana Field

  • Football | January 06, 2013

    K-State family means a lot to former Wildcat mom

    PHOENIX — Sharon Bates is usually the one doing the traveling. But the past week, while the Wildcats were in her hometown of Phoenix, for the Fiesta Bowl, it was like the K-State family came to her. “It’s exciting,” said Bates, who was dressed in

  • Football | January 04, 2013

    Oregon too much for Wildcats

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    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Oregon needed just 12 seconds. The Ducks, who feature one of the nation’s best offenses, didn’t need that offense to get them on the board first Thursday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. Instead, Oregon returned the opening kickoff of the Fiesta

  • Football | January 04, 2013

    K-State seniors play their final game

    GLENDALE, Ariz. —It was the worst way to go out. With two minutes to play, on Kansas State’s final drive in the Fiesta Bowl, quarterback Collin Klein threw an interception, which became his final play as a Wildcat. The celebrated senior and Heisman Trophy

  • Football | January 03, 2013

    23,000 strong, K-State fans flood Phoenix for pep rally

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    PHOENIX — Perhaps Wyatt Thompson said it best. “Well, Bill Snyder did it again, didn’t he?” Thompson said to more than 23,000 purple-clad fans that pilled into Chase Field on Wednesday afternoon. The home of the Arizona Diamondbacks turned into the home of the Wildcats on

  • Football | January 03, 2013

    Fiesta volunteer is also K-State’s first Super Bowl player

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    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — He just may be the best Kansas State football story you’ve never heard about. Lynn Larson leaned back in his chair. It wasn’t the first time he had told his story this week, and it wouldn’t be his last. His

  • Football | January 03, 2013

    Why the major media may once again be taking KSU lightly

    The Oregon Ducks are a 8-point favorite over K-State in Thursday’s Fiesta Bowl. Media discussion suggests a social parallel: Picture KSU as the stable, reliable girl you want to bring home to your parents, and Oregon is the hot, flashy number in the fancy

  • Football | January 03, 2013

    K-State looks for fast start against Ducks

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    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Oregon wants to play fast and Kansas State wants to score fast, but perhaps not like you might think. The Wildcats intend to play their game, using clock management and ball control to set the tempo, but don’t want to waste possessions

  • Football | January 02, 2013

    Tuggle has come a long way in a year

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — While the decision may have been difficult at first, today Justin Tuggle doesn’t have any regrets. It was just about this time last year, as Kansas State was preparing for the Cotton Bowl, that the former junior college transfer began to think

  • Football | January 02, 2013

    Barnett gaining value experience for Cats

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The decision was simple for Kansas State defensive coordinator Tom Hayes. When junior safety Ty Zimmerman suffered a leg injury in the Wildcats’ 23-10 win over TCU on Nov. 17, it was true-freshman Dante Barnett who was called on to fill the void left

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