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  • Cats hold on to beat No. 16 Oklahoma

    An early lead turned into the Kansas State women’s basketball team’s 20th win this season as it took down No.

  • K-State fighting for postseason

    In the moments following Kansas State’s last-second win at Texas on Saturday, senior Wesley Iwundu sent out a tweet.

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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  • Cats return home as season winds down

    Four years in Bramlage Coliseum will pass in the blink of an eye.

  • Wildcats pick up third straight win

    Senior infielder Jake Scudder’s RBI single in the top of the eighth inning Sunday broke a 2-2 tie to help the Kansas State baseball claim a 3-2 victory over Ohio State at the Sunshine State Classic Series.

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  • Ksuattexasmbb Johnson, Cats win in final seconds

    After leading for most of the game, Kansas State found itself suddenly just trying to survive on Saturday at Texas.

  • Wildcats end road swing at TCU

    After coming up just short on Wednesday, the Kansas State women’s basketball team will stay on the road to face TCU on Saturday.

  • K-State kicks off final stretch at Texas

    The ghosts of perennial Big 12 powerhouses are in Kansas State’s rearview mirror.

  • Klein gets 2-year deal

    Former Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein signed a two-year deal to be a Wildcat football assistant on Tuesday.

  • K-State falls to WVU, 66-59

    After trailing by as many as 19 on Wednesday night at WVU Coliseum, No.

  • K-State baseball opens season Friday in Florida tourney

    With a heavy mix of veteran and newcomer talent, the Kansas State baseball team is ready to hit the field.

  • Brown shines as K-State loses sixth game in seven tries

    Forgive Barry Brown for refusing to take solace in his career-best outing Wednesday.

  • K-State comeback falls short in 87-79 loss

    Kansas State never led, never tied the game and trailed by as much as 19.

  • Myers calls ‘vulgar’ chant at game an embarrassment

    K-State President Richard Myers said he is “personally embarrassed” by an infamous Wildcat chant directed at in-state rival KU.

  • Wildcats open final six-game stretch

    Now done with a brutal three-game schedule against top 15-ranked teams, the Kansas State men’s basketball team is entering the final stretch.

  • On Bill Snyder, throat cancer and recovery

    Coach Bill Snyder’s announcement Monday he’s in treatment for throat cancer brings back personal memories to me that offer confidence he will bounce back as K-State football’s head man.

  • Co-offensive coordinator Del Miller retires after 20 years

    Kansas State co-ofensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Del Miller, a mainstay on the Wildcat football coaching staff under Bill Snyder for 20 years, announced his retirement Monday.


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