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  • Columns |Men's Basketball | January 05, 2014

    Kinder: Young Cats throw wrench into Big 12 race

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    The two-horse race we thought would be the Big 12 this season might have just added a third entry to the field. It’s early still, but Kansas State did its part Saturday to shake things up by edging sixth-ranked Oklahoma State and defending Big 12 Player

  • Women's Basketball | January 05, 2014

    Romero still adjusting to life in Kansas

    Leti Romero makes it look so easy. That, however, couldn’t be further from the truth for the talented Kansas State freshman playing more than 4,500 miles from home. (Kansas State coach Deb Patterson talks to freshman guard Leti Romero during a game this season at

  • Football |Area Schools | January 05, 2014

    Abilene High teammates key for K-State football

    The home team is behind by one point with just over two minutes to play. A conference victory and eligibility for a bowl game are on the line, but it doesn’t look good for the home team. They have the ball, but way back

  • Men's Basketball | January 04, 2014

    Wildcats upset No. 6 OSU, 74-71

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team upset No. 6 Oklahoma State, 74-71, to open Big 12 Conference play at Bramlage Coliseum. For the second straight season, the Wildcats opened the conference schedule with a win over a ranked Cowboys squad, this time beating a Top 10-ranked

  • I Wonder |Football | January 03, 2014

    Does Kevin Lockett have any more sons?


    Q: Does Kevin Lockett have any more sons, and if not, why not?

  • Women's Basketball | January 03, 2014

    No. 9 Bears run past Cats for 92-63 win

    Britney Griner may be gone, but it still didn’t matter on Thursday night, as ninth-ranked Baylor eased past Kansas State, 92-63, at Bramlage Coliseum. The Bears dominated the Wildcats in nearly every facet of the game — starting with a game-high 40 points from Odyssey Sims.

  • Men's Basketball | January 03, 2014

    K-State up to the challenge vs. No. 6 OSU

    It was just a year ago that the odds seemed stacked against Kansas State in its Big 12 opener. The Wildcats were facing a Top 25-ranked Oklahoma State team led by one of the country’s top freshman. And although the Wildcats had just defeated No. 8

  • Women's Basketball | January 02, 2014

    Woods back from injury early to help Wildcats

    As sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the recovery time for a torn Achilles tendon is 12 months. Unless you’re Ashia Woods. (Kansas State junior Ashia Woods shoots over a UC Santa Barbara defender on Dec. 15 at Bramlage

  • Men's Basketball | January 02, 2014

    Cats handle Colonials to extend streak

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team was at a crossroads at the end of November. (Kansas State’s Shane Southwell shoots over a George Washington defender on Tuesday at Bramlage Coliseum). K-State was sitting at 3-3, its season needing an upswing after a dreadful

  • Football | December 31, 2013

    Hubert caps career on his own terms

    There was a time when few probably thought John Hubert would be where he is today — among the best running backs in Kansas State history. (Kansas State’s John Hubert stiff-arms Michigan’s Raymon Taylor in the first half of the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

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