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  • Currie to take AD job at Tenn. Currie

    Kansas State athletics director John Currie is headed back to the University of Tennessee, K-State athletics department sources confirmed to The Mercury on Tuesday.

  • Cats look for positives in last stretch

    Kansas State’s lost eight of its last 10 games, there are rumors about coach Bruce Weber’s future with the program and the Wildcats are holding on for dear life to any NCAA tournament chances they have.

  • Veatch has K-State, MHS background

    Long before he was named the acting Kansas State athletic director on Tuesday, Laird Veatch had a deep established relationship with Manhattan and the university.

  • Currie leaves complicated legacy

    Depending on who was asked on Tuesday, there was a degree of both jubilation and anger involved with the news of Kansas State athletic director John Currie accepting the same position at Tennessee.

K-State Sports Galleries

  • EARLY ARRIVALS Earlyarrivals

    K-State sophomores Denny Graham and Brice Valdez wait in line Monday morning at Bramlage Coliseum for the men’s basketball game against Kansas. The game starts at 8 p.m. They were the only fans in line at 10:15 a.m.

  • FAN CLUB Fanclub

    Kansas State fans at Kite’s in Aggieville celebrate a touchdown in the first half of the Texas Bowl against Texas A&M on Wednesday night. Fans crowded into bars across Aggieville to watch the football games. Kansas State defeated Texas A&M 33-28 to complete its sweep of Texas teams this season

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