Monday, November 30, 2015

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  • Football | November 29, 2015

    Wildcats ride first-quarter wave to rout


    LAWRENCE — Bill Snyder wanted his team to get off to a better start. He got that and more on Saturday, as Kansas State used a pair of early special teams plays to set the tone for another blowout victory over rival Kansas, cruising to a 45

  • Football | November 28, 2015

    Burns stays hot with strong performance


    LAWRENCE — Playing the cornerback position, Kansas State’s Morgan Burns doesn’t get many chances to deliver vicious hits like his teammates at the safety and linebacker spots. So when Burns came rushing off the edge and saw Kansas punter Matthew Wyman scrambling to pick

  • Men's Basketball | November 28, 2015

    Cats look to build on CBE experience

    Kansas State was off to a hot start this season when it won its first four games. Then came Tuesday night at the Sprint Center in the CBE Classic final. The Wildcats battled with No. 9 North Carolina and looked like the better team for nearly 37

  • Football | November 28, 2015

    K-State could still go to a bowl at 5-7

    OK, maybe there are too many bowls. Losses by Kentucky, Minnesota, Illinois and others on Saturday meant there will not be enough six-win teams with .500 records to fill a record 40 bowls. At least two teams with a 5-7 record will be in the postseason, and

  • Football | November 27, 2015

    Win over ISU has Cats feeling confident again


    Since head coach Bill Snyder returned to the Kansas State sidelines in 2009, only one occurrence of the Sunflower Showdown has resulted in a reasonably close football game. That game was in 2009 — Snyder’s first year back — when K-State beat the Jayhawks 17-10 in former head

  • Football | November 27, 2015

    Burns keeps Cats’ return legacy alive

    Tyler Lockett and David Allen are two names well known for their abilities on the football field at Kansas State, and not just on offense. Lockett was also an accomplished kick and punt returner and Allen a punt returner. But they’re just two great

  • Men's Basketball | November 27, 2015

    K-State to host Star Wars Day on Nov. 29

    With excitement building for the release of ‘The Force Awakens,’ Kansas State will host Star Wars Day at Bramlage Coliseum when the Wildcats host South Carolina State at 2 p.m., on Sunday, Nov. 29. A number of activities are planned for the game, including appearances by

  • Volleyball | November 26, 2015

    Rival KU sweeps season series with Cats

    The Kansas State volleyball team fought hard against rival and ninth-ranked Kansas, but in the end the Jayhawks would prove their dominance, getting past the Wildcats in four games (22-25, 27-25, 15-25, 16-25) Wednesday night at Ahearn Field House. Kansas swept the season series with

  • Women's Basketball | November 26, 2015

    Wildcats grit out victory over Southern


    Jeff Mittie wasn’t sounding any alarms and he certainly wasn’t hitting the panic button after Kansas State’s performance on Wednesday afternoon. Though, for about 34 minutes, the Wildcats’ coach certainly would have had good reason. It took that long for K-State to finally

  • Men's Basketball | November 25, 2015

    Tar Heels sour big night for young Cats

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For 37 minutes, Kamau Stokes played like a star. But in the final three minutes, he made the kinds of mistakes that remind everyone he’s a freshman, as Kansas State lost to No. 9 North Carolina, 80-70, in the final game of the

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