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  • Men's Basketball | February 04, 2013

    Weber’s play-hard chart pushes Cats

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    Legendary Oklahoma State coach Eddie Sutton wanted his team to play hard, to do all the little things to win games. More than scoring points. It’s about doing everything else — the things often taken for granted. It’s something that stuck with Gene Keady

  • Football | February 04, 2013

    Wood always wanted to be a Wildcat

    Tanner Wood was a Kansas State football fan first. Growing up, the 6-foot-5, 247-pound athlete from Conway Springs High School observed the Wildcats from the stands of Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Now, Wood looks forward to coming back to Manhattan — this time as a student

  • Equestrian | February 04, 2013

    K-State equestrian drops close decision, 7-5

    FRESNO, Calif. — A battle of top-10 teams saw the sixth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team drop a close contest to No. 2 Auburn, 7-5, on Saturday. The Wildcats were led by Meredith Finch and Kelly Bovaird, who picked up Most Outstanding Performer (MOP) awards for their performances.

  • Men's Basketball | February 04, 2013

    K-State can’t afford letdown at Tech

    There are few teams in college basketball with the type of problems Texas Tech has dealt with this season. Amid health concerns and allegations of player mistreatment, coach Billy Gillispie resigned a month into the fall semester. In his place, the Red Raiders gave interim

  • Men's Basketball | February 03, 2013

    Wildcats hold on for ugly win

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    NORMAN, Okla. — Angel Rodriguez knew what he needed to do. After Oklahoma used an 8-0 run to tie the game at 50 against No. 18 Kansas State, the sophomore guard knew Wildcats’ coach Bruce Weber wasn’t going to use a timeout, so he did what he

  • Women's Basketball | February 03, 2013

    Irving comes up big off the bench

    NORMAN, Okla. — When Rodney McGruder and Will Spradling got in foul trouble again on Saturday, it put Kansas State in an “Oh, no,” situation. The Wildcats were fortunate to have their bench pick them up in a win over Texas on Wednesday, but that Longhorns

  • Women's Basketball | February 03, 2013

    Lehning humbled by KSHSAA honor

    Shalee Lehning racked up 800 assists and more than 900 rebounds as a point guard for Kansas State, playing at Bramlage Coliseum. But Lehning’s story actually began at small Sublette High School, long before she ever wore the purple and white and helped lead the Wildcats

  • Women's Basketball | February 03, 2013

    Cats fall to Jayhawks in double-OT

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    With 10 seconds remaining and her team down by three in the first overtime period, Kansas guard Angel Goodrich buried a 3-pointer to send Saturday’s game into another overtime. It’s a shot Kansas State coach Deb Patterson isn’t likely to forget anytime soon,

  • Football | February 03, 2013

    Ferguson latest former K-State trainer to make Super Bowl

    Jeff Ferguson has been trying to enjoy every single moment this week, and for good reason. The former Kansas State football trainer hopes the week-long festivities in New Orleans is capped with a San Francisco 49ers victory over the Baltimore Ravens. If so, Ferguson would

  • Triangulate |Men's Basketball | February 01, 2013

    Ray Wauthier and the “Tiger” Connection- A Champion For Civil Rights

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    Ray Wauthier died Tuesday at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Center here in Manhattan.  He was 91.  He was my major professor while I was getting my Master’s Degree at Kansas State in 1968.  I last saw him during June of 2012 when former basketball


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