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  • Track & Field | February 22, 2013

    Big 12 track meet postponed one day

    AMES, Iowa — Travel problems created by the winter storm caused the postponement of the Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championship by one day in Ames, Iowa. The Midwest was hit with heavy snows as highways and airports were closed, affecting the travel of many teams.

  • Triangulate |Men's Basketball | February 21, 2013

    Tex Winter turns 91 Feb. 25

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    Tex Winter will be 91 on Monday February 25th.  He was born in Wellington Texas on February 25, 1922. His twin sister Mona Francis was born first and within 15 minutes-Tex arrived.  Tex told Ann Parr, author of “Coach Tex Winter’s Triangle Basketball,”  -  “

  • Women's Basketball | February 21, 2013

    Cold shooting dooms Cats vs. Sooners

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    NORMAN, Okla. — For the second straight game, a poor shooting half sealed Kansas State’s fate, as Oklahoma eased to a 72-57 win over the Wildcats Wednesday night at the Lloyd Noble Center. Losers of four straight on the road, the Wildcats (13-13, 4-10 Big 12)

  • Track & Field | February 21, 2013

    Dick understands how fragile life is

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    For some, the idea of living each day to its fullest is just a bumper sticker or just something cute to say. For Devin Dick, it’s a real way of life. The Kansas State senior knows all too well what it really means to

  • Women's Basketball | February 21, 2013

    K-State to Host “Play 4Kay” Game Saturday

    The first 4,000 fans to the Kansas State women’s basketball game this Saturday will receive a free pink K-State t-shirt provided by Mercy Regional Health Center, Briggs Auto and GTM Sportswear during K-State’s “Play 4Kay” event. K-State will take part in the national “Play 4

  • Football | February 20, 2013

    K-State adds Andre Coleman to staff

    Former Kansas State standout Andre Coleman, who has spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Youngstown State, will return to his alma mater to tutor the Wildcat wide receivers, head coach Bill Snyder announced Wednesday. A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver under

  • Men's Basketball | February 19, 2013

    Spradling leads Cats past West Virginia

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    The story of Monday night’s game with West Virginia was supposed to be about the return of Bob Huggins to Bramlage Coliseum. Instead, Kansas State used a big performance from Will Spradling and 26 points off the bench to ease past the Mountaineers 71-61 on

  • February 19, 2013

    Some major colleges fear looser recruiting guidelines

    New York Times Greg McGarity, the University of Georgia athletic director, gathered the coaches from various teams in his office one morning several weeks ago to discuss the pending deregulation of recruiting in college athletics. McGarity became the shopkeeper of a candy store and told

  • Men's Basketball | February 19, 2013

    Wildcats survive slugfest at Bramlage

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    No, Monday’s game didn’t just end, it only feels like it. Marred by 49 fouls and more than 50 combined free throws, Big Monday turned into a long Monday, as 13th-ranked Kansas State outlasted West Virginia and former Wildcats’ coach Bob Huggins, 71-61, at Bramlage

  • Women's Basketball | February 19, 2013

    Wildcats brace for Sooners

    When Kansas State and Oklahoma played two weeks ago, the Wildcats pulled within two points of the Sooner midway through the second half, but couldn’t finish the job, losing 74-68 in Manhattan. That game is really no indication of how Wednesday’s matchup in


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