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  • Football | February 20, 2013

    K-State adds Andre Coleman to staff

    Former Kansas State standout Andre Coleman, who has spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Youngstown State, will return to his alma mater to tutor the Wildcat wide receivers, head coach Bill Snyder announced Wednesday. A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver under

  • Football | February 08, 2013

    Coleman to coach K-State receivers

    Manhattan’s KMAN 1350 AM is reporting former Kansas State wide receiver Andre Coleman is close to joining the Wildcats as the new receivers coach, replacing Michael Smith, who left for Arkansas last month. Coleman, who is currently an assistant at Youngstown State, is 11th in

  • Football | February 07, 2013

    Snyder looks for QB battle this spring

    Let the competition begin. For the first time in two years Kansas State will enter spring ball with no clear favorite at quarterback. Collin Klein is gone and now it’s up to Daniel Sams and Jake Waters to fill the huge void left by

  • Football | February 07, 2013

    New K-State class pulling up the rear

    If there’s one thing Kansas State has proven under the direction of coach Bill Snyder, it’s that rankings don’t really mean much when it comes to recruiting. That’s a good thing for the Wildcats, because if rankings were always accurate, well,

  • Football | February 07, 2013

    Five Wildcats invited to upcoming NFL Scouting Combine

    Five former Kansas State football standouts will participate in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine. Arthur Brown, Anthony Cantele, Chris Harper, Collin Klein and Braden Wilson all have accepted invitations to the league’s premier scouting event. The 2013 Scouting Combine, which will begin Feb. 23 in Indianapolis, is

  • Football | February 06, 2013

    Waters highlights Wildcats’ 2013 class

    Jake Waters received a phone call in December that few people ever receive. He got a call from a Heisman Trophy candidate, immediately following the ceremony in New York City. It was so fresh after the ceremony camera men were most likely still on the

  • Football | February 05, 2013

    K-State recruit charged with armed robbery

    Former Kansas State football commitment Javone Boyd of Lee’s Summit, Mo., was charged with armed robbery on Monday after turning himself in to authorities and denying involvement. Boyd, 18, was scheduled to sign a letter of intent on Wednesday to play at Butler Community College

  • Football | February 04, 2013

    Wood always wanted to be a Wildcat

    Tanner Wood was a Kansas State football fan first. Growing up, the 6-foot-5, 247-pound athlete from Conway Springs High School observed the Wildcats from the stands of Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Now, Wood looks forward to coming back to Manhattan — this time as a student

  • Football | February 03, 2013

    Ferguson latest former K-State trainer to make Super Bowl

    Jeff Ferguson has been trying to enjoy every single moment this week, and for good reason. The former Kansas State football trainer hopes the week-long festivities in New Orleans is capped with a San Francisco 49ers victory over the Baltimore Ravens. If so, Ferguson would

  • Football | February 01, 2013

    More details of Snyder’s new contract

    Bill Snyder isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The longtime Kansas State football coach agreed to a new five-year contract on Thursday, securing the reigning Big 12 Coach of the Year through 2017. Snyder’s new deal, totaling $14.75 million in base compensation over the life of the

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