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  • Baseball | January 30, 2014

    K-State baseball ranked No. 21 by USA Today

    Two days after earning its highest ever preseason ranking in two different national polls, the Kansas State baseball team checked in at No. 21 on Wednesday in the USA Today preseason coaches’ poll, establishing a new program-best. The Wildcats are one of four Big 12 teams ranked

  • Football | January 30, 2014

    KSU football recruit arrested

    One of Kansas State’s top football recruits, D’Vonta Derricott, was arrested in Garden City on allegations of drug possession, among other misdemeanors, less than two weeks before National Signing Day. The Garden City Community College linebacker is one of just two four-star commitments

  • Track & Field | January 30, 2014

    K-State track and field faces tough field in Ames

    The Kansas State track and field team will hit the road this week for the Bill Bergan Invitational in Ames, Iowa — the first multi-day meet for the Wildcats this indoor season. Coming off a performance last weekend that saw 17 first-place finishes for the Wildcats, K-State

  • Men's Basketball | January 29, 2014

    Bench powers Cats past Texas Tech

    When Kansas State needed baskets on Tuesday, it came from some unusual suspects. Against Texas Tech, the Wildcats’ three leading scorers for the season combined for 13 points, and K-State needed everything it could get to beat the Red Raiders, 66-58, in Bramlage Coliseum. (Kansas State

  • Men's Basketball | January 29, 2014

    No sleeves, no problem for Spradling

    It all started a week ago with Kansas State guard Will Spradling’s quiet but, efficient eight-point, four-rebound, four-assist performance against Texas in Austin. The senior made 2 of 4 from 3-point range, while committing just one turnover in 29 minutes against the Longhorns. (Kansas State Will Spradling

  • Triangulate | January 28, 2014

    Wilson brothers played key role in breaking down basketball’s color barrier

    Wilson, g  tex-dunk shot

    Although there were a few major college’s like Columbia University who permitted an African American to play college basketball back in the 1930’s- and UCLA allowing Jackie Robinson to compete in basketball in the Pacific Coast conference in 1941, it wasn’t until the late 1940’

  • Triangulate | January 28, 2014

    Mahoney breakaway rim and glass-backboard adjustments changed the game

    Mahoney-1948 team

    Ken Mahoney was a member of Kansas State’s first Final Four team in 1947. His older brother Elmo led the charge in the Kansas legislature during the late 40’s to get the funding to build Ahearn field house.  Together they changed the game of

  • Men's Basketball | January 28, 2014

    K-State at home looking for a win

    Kansas State didn’t just lose its last two games, it lost both on the road, and in close fashion. When the Wildcats (14-6, 4-3 Big 12) take the court against Texas Tech tonight, coach Bruce Weber hopes a return to Bramlage Coliseum is just what

  • Women's Basketball | January 28, 2014

    With time running out, Cats still working to improve

    Time is running out on the Kansas State women’s basketball team to make a move if it intends to get back in the hunt for postseason play. (Kansas State freshman Leti Romero brings the ball down the court against Kansas on Saturday at Bramlage

  • Golf | January 28, 2014

    Former Wildcat earns top-20 finish at Torrey Pines

    Former Kansas State standout golfer Robert Streb fired a 4-under 284 and tied for 19th place in the 2014 Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course last weekend in La Jolla, Calif. The result marked the first top-20 finish on the PGA Tour for Streb


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