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  • Iowa St . AD: Don’t blame Texas, Oklahoma

    McClatchy Newspapers After finally turning the page on three months of expansion drama, the firmly committed, all-on-the-samepage Big 12 started a new day.

  • Cats riding up and down year

    Just six games into the season, Kansas State has had an up and down ride.

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  • Staying alive Mavorhis.mercury

    K-State won on Saturday behind eight strong innings from starting pitcher Levi MaVorhis and six extra-base hits from its offense.

  • Shut down Dalrymple.mercury

    An inning-ending double play helped Kansas pitcher Ben Krauth escape danger and he shut down the Wildcats the rest of the way in a 4-1 win for the Jayhawks


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  • Snyder expects QB Ertz to play on Saturday

    Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said quarterback Jesse Ertz should return from injury for this Saturday’s game against Texas.

  • Another shot for Hubener with Ertz’s injury

    NORMAN, Oklahoma — It was shades of 2015 all over again.

  • Oklahoma slams Wildcats, 38-17

    NORMAN, Oklahoma — Jesse Ertz got hurt, the offense and defense both struggled at times and Oklahoma eased to a win against Kansas State on Saturday.

  • Decision time: Expansion looms for Big 12 again

    Election Day isn’t until Nov.

  • Beecham lands starting role on K-State O-line

    Last Monday, Abdul Beecham called his parents to deliver some exciting news.

  • Jayhawks sweep K-State volleyball

    LAWRENCE — Sophomore outside hitter Alyssa Schultejans came off the bench to record a season-high 14 kills ,but the Kansas State volleyball team was unable to overcome an early deficit, falling to No.

  • K-State women picked to finish 5th in Big 12 poll

    Kansas State women’s basketball will enter its 2016–17 season with high expectations, as the Big 12 Preseason Coaches Poll has ranked the team with a fifth place finish in an announcement by the league office on Wednesday.

  • K-State looks to force turnovers at OU

    The last two times Kansas State played at Oklahoma, it came away with a win.

  • Time to shine: Wade has new confidence for Cats

    Somewhere hidden in the comedy of the movie “Caddyshack,” Kansas State coach Bruce Weber thought there was a good lesson for sophomore forward Dean Wade.

  • Mittie hopes newcomers can add more depth

    Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie hopes to work toward being a #RingTeam, a hashtag used by the Wildcats over the summer.

  • Matchup against Texas to kick off at 11 a.m.

    The Big 12 Conference and ESPN announced Monday that Kansas State’s Oct.

  • Jones shines in K-State’s win over Tech

    Charles Jones set a new career high Saturday with 128 rushing yards and a touchdown in K-State’s 44-38 win over Texas Tech, but the senior didn’t claim much of the splendor.

  • Wildcats outlast Texas Tech, 44-38

    Texas Tech’s offense was as prolific as advertised.

  • K-State beats TCU in 4 sets

    Even when the Kansas State volleyball team finally edged out TCU, 33-31, in a long, back-andforth first set Saturday afternoon in Manhattan, it didn’t seem like the Wildcats were firing on all cylinders.

  • Basketball practices for public

    With one week of practice under their belts, the Kansas State men’s and women’s basketball programs showed their progress to fans on Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum.


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