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  • Triangulate | September 11, 2013

    Milton Eisenhower breaks color barrier at KSU

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    Throughout his career, former Kansas State University president Milton Eisenhower gained national recognition for his work in government and higher education. While at K-State he introduced the liberal arts program and played a key role in breaking down the color barrier both on the campus

  • Triangulate | September 10, 2013

    Jerry Venable arrives by bus to play for K-State

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    Former Kansas State men’s basketball coach Cotton Fitzsimmons recruited Jerry Venable after seeing him play in the NJCAA national tournament in Hutchinson in the spring of 1968. Venable, a 6-foot-6 forward and two-time All-American at Ferrum (Va.) Junior College still owns the Staunton (Va.) High

  • Columns |Football | September 10, 2013

    Kinder: Waters’ days numbered as the starter?

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    This really is a good problem to have if you’re Kansas State. The Wildcats have two capable quarterbacks, clearly very different in styles, yet both effective doing what each of them does best. And while Jake Waters will start again Saturday night against UMass,

  • Volleyball | September 10, 2013

    Undefeated Wildcats host Tulsa tonight

    The undefeated Kansas State volleyball team hosts Tulsa tonight at Ahearn Field House, as the Wildcats look for their seventh straight win to start the season. Beginning at 6 p.m., tonight’s tilt with Tulsa marks the end of a four-match-in-five-day stretch for the Wildcats.

  • Football | September 09, 2013

    Lockett becoming Waters’ No. 1 target

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    Kansas State fans have seen their share of memorable quarterback-wide receiver duos over the years. From Carl Straw connecting with Frank Hernandez for the game-winning touchdown in coach Bill Snyder’s first win, to Ell Roberson hitting James Terry deep to beat Oklahoma in the 2003

  • Football | September 09, 2013

    Nelson dazzles in Packers loss

    It was in a losing effort, but nonetheless, Jordy Nelson opened his sixth season with the Green Bay Packers with a bang. The former Kansas State All-American receiver hauled in seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown, as the 49ers defeated the Packers 34-28 in

  • Local |Kansas State University |Football | September 08, 2013

    Announcers find Snyder’s revolving QBs a challenge

    Announcer Adam Alexander and color analyst Chris Simms faced an unexpected challenge Saturday night in their description of Kansas State’s 48-27 victory over Louisiana. The challenge involved figuring out explaining Bill Snyder’s revolving use of quarterbacks Jake Waters and Daniel Sams. Among TV

  • Football | September 08, 2013

    K-State gets back on track vs. Cajuns

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    Kansas State won the game, but you won’t find Kansas State coach Bill Snyder leading the celebration after this one. Avoiding their first 0-2 start since 1989, the Wildcats eased to a 48-27 victory over Louisiana on Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Though

  • Columns |Football | September 08, 2013

    Guggisberg: Wildcats still a work in progress

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    As the 48-27 final score against Louisiana indicates, Kansas State improved upon last week’s performance against North Dakota State. But how much better were they? Did the glaring weaknesses in last week’s loss to the Bison really improve that much? The running game

  • Volleyball | September 08, 2013

    Cats post another sweep

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    The Kansas State volleyball team beat both the heat and the competition Saturday afternoon, cruising to its third straight sweep and winning the Wildcats’ home tournament. Tournament MVP Katie Brand notched 27 assists to lead the Wildcats to Saturday’s three-game victory over Siena 25-11, 25-0


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