Friday, August 28, 2015

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  • Volleyball | August 23, 2015

    Young Cats look to show experience


    For just the fourth time since 1977, the Kansas State volleyball team won’t have a single senior on its roster. That’s OK, though, because the group of players it does have all return plenty of experience. The Wildcats, who lost four seniors from last

  • Football | August 23, 2015

    Sherman has high praise for Lockett


    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Outspoken Richard Sherman, for once, was at a loss for words. But only for a moment. The Seattle Seahawks’ All-Pro cornerback was undecided if he should talk to the media in the aftermath of their 14-13 NFL preseason loss to the Kansas

  • Women's Basketball | August 22, 2015

    K-State WBB announces Big 12 slate

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will open the Big 12 portion of Jeff Mittie’s second season with the Wildcats on Dec. 30 against Iowa State in Bramlage Coliseum, as the Big 12 has announced the complete 2015-16 women’s basketball league schedule on Friday. K-State’

  • Men's Basketball | August 21, 2015

    Wildcats announce Big 12 slate

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team released its Big 12 Conference schedule on Thursday, which starts with a home contest against West Virginia on Jan. 2. The Wildcats, who own the second-most Big 12 wins (52) in the last five seasons, will play 14 league games against teams that

  • Football | August 20, 2015

    Locker room to be named after Nelson

    Former Kansas State consensus All-American and current Green Bay Packer All-Pro receiver Jordy Nelson and his wife Emily have generously pledged a philanthropic contribution to K-State Athletics. The gift will assist in the department’s efforts to complete Phase III-B of the Bill Snyder Family

  • Football | August 20, 2015

    Britz at full strength for Wildcats

    Travis Britz is no couch potato. Following an ankle injury in Kansas State’s win over West Virginia, Britz was sidelined for the rest of the season, missing the final three games of 2014. While some would relish the chance to kick up their feet and

  • Football | August 19, 2015

    Cook trying to fill void at wide receiver

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    The 2014 football season was a great time to be a receiver at Kansas State — if your name was Tyler Lockett or Curry Sexton, anyway. Each managed 1,000-yard seasons a year ago — the first pair to do it in the same season in K-State history — catching

  • Football | August 18, 2015

    Waters to sign with Seahawks


    With one of their three quarterbacks hurt, the Seattle Seahawks were set to sign former Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters today. Seahawks’ quarterback Tarvaris Jackson suffered a high-ankle sprain in the first preseason game, leaving Seattle to find a replacement for the rest of training

  • Football | August 17, 2015

    Wildcats’ offense a work in progress


    There is no Jake Waters, Tyler Lockett or Curry Sexton to bail out the Kansas State running game this season. A year ago, while the Wildcats struggled to go anywhere on the ground, they turned into one of the most prolific and efficient passing offenses

  • Football | August 16, 2015

    Cats give football fans a sneak peek

    The Kansas State football program gave fans an early glimpse into this season’s team and a first look at the newly finished Vanier Family Football Complex on Saturday at Fan Appreciation Day. It was the first time fans could see the new 132,000 square-foot facility

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