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  • Men's Basketball | January 02, 2015

    Cats lose tight one to Georgia

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    Every team wants to get on the right track before conference play begins. But Kansas State will head into Big 12 play this weekend sliding off the rails and looking for something to go its way. The Wildcats dropped their second straight game on Wednesday, losing

  • Football | January 02, 2015

    Waters chases dream of reaching NFL

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    An undersized quarterback from Purdue beat Kansas State the last time the Wildcats played in the Alamo Bowl. Now Jake Waters, who hopes to get a shot at the NFL, is being compared to that same quarterback, almost 16 years later. “Jake is a good football

  • Football | January 01, 2015

    Snyder, Mora address coaching futures

    SAN ANTONIO — Bill Snyder said he has no idea how much longer he’ll continue to coach and Jim Mora left the door wide open as to how long he’ll remain head coach at UCLA. Both topics highlighted the final media gathering in advance

  • Football | January 01, 2015

    Walk-on program fueling Wildcats’ success

    SAN ANTONIO — Ryan Mueller, Jonathan Truman, B.J. Finney and Randall Evans will all be playing their final game for Kansas State on Friday when the 11th-ranked Wildcats meet No. 14 UCLA in the Alamo Bowl. The senior foursome has much in common — besides each of

  • Football | December 31, 2014

    K-State trio looks for win over UCLA in final game

    SAN ANTONIO — After 236 receptions and more than 3,500 yards and 27 touchdowns, everyone knows Tyler Lockett is Kansas State’s biggest target offensively. Defenses scout Lockett, try to find his weaknesses, try to contain him and try to keep the ball out his hands. But in reality,

  • Women's Basketball | December 31, 2014

    K-State pulls away with big run

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    With seven days between games and all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie saw this one coming. In the first half of K-State’s matchup with Samford, the Wildcats came out flat, struggling to score

  • Football | December 30, 2014

    K-State set to tackle Bruins’ balanced offense

    SAN ANTONIO — As is the case with almost every prolific offense, UCLA’s quarterback gets most of the attention. Brett Hundley certainly has the numbers to back it up with more than 3,000 yards and 21 touchdowns passing, while completing better than 70 percent of his attempts for

  • Football | December 30, 2014

    Nate Jackson to get start at safety

    SAN ANTONIO — Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder always uses the extended practice time leading up to the bowl game to get younger players ready for the next year. Though that was certainly the case this past month as well, the extra practice time took

  • Football | December 30, 2014

    Barnett lets loose on dropped picks

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    SAN ANTONIO — Dante Barnett will gladly take the three interceptions he had this season. But Kansas State’s junior safety knows he should have had more — a lot more. By Ryan Mueller’s count, Barnett should have reeled in 25 interceptions. “As many times as he

  • Men's Basketball | December 30, 2014

    Cats look to bounce back vs. Georgia

    Thomas Gipson didn’t have many words for Sunday’s 58-56 loss to Texas Southern. The Wildcats allowed the Tigers to score six points in the final three seconds of the game, while missing six free throws in the final 1:10 to lose their first December

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