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  • Columns |Football | January 20, 2013

    Kinder: Like Manti Te’o, we all had imaginary friends, right?

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    There was a time when I too had an imaginary friend. Can’t remember his name, but I think it was John or something like that — not that it matters much. The point is, I know where Manti Te’o is coming from, sort of.

  • Football | January 20, 2013

    Seiler to replace Clements

    Former Kansas State defensive end Blake Seiler, who has spent the past two years as a graduate assistant, has been promoted to assistant coach and will tutor the Wildcats’ defensive ends, head coach Bill Snyder announced Friday night. Seiler replaces Joe Bob Clements, who left

  • Track & Field | January 20, 2013

    Wildcats sweep dual meets at Wildcat Invitational

    It was another successful day at Ahearn Field House for the K-State track and field teams as the home team dominated the Wildcat Invitational winning all six dual meets against Oklahoma State, Tulsa and UMKC. K-State tallied 18 total victories on the afternoon and three meet

  • Football | January 18, 2013

    Smith leaving K-State for Arkansas

    Kansas State has lost another assistant football coach. Longtime assistant and former Wildcat receiver Michael Smith is the second coach to leave Bill Snyder’s staff in the last five days, following Joe Bob Clements’ departure for Oklahoma State. Smith, who coached receivers at K-State,

  • Women's Basketball | January 18, 2013

    Caron does Wildcats’ dirty work

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    Kansas State junior Chantay Caron didn’t expect to be the only big on the women’s basketball team team this season. But calling Caron a big is a bit of a stretch anyway. At 5-foot-11, the Lawrence native is by far one of the

  • Men's Basketball | January 18, 2013

    Cats look to break losing skid vs. OU

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team lost two times to Oklahoma last season. And they’re games that haven’t been forgotten. It’d be hard to forget the way the Wildcats played against OU last season, getting beat 82-73 on the road in

  • Football | January 18, 2013

    Former KSU linebacker takes over Tech defense

    Former Kansas State linebacker and Manhattan High graduate Matt Wallerstedt was hired recently as the defensive coordinator at Texas Tech, joining new head coach Kliff Kingsbury was just hired last month. Wallerstedt coached the linebackers at Texas A&M this past season where Kingsbury

  • Football | January 17, 2013

    Michael Smith leaving K-State for Arkansas

    Kansas State has lost another assistant football coach. Longtime assistant and former Wildcat receiver Michael Smith is the second coach to leave Bill Snyder’s staff in the last five days, following Joe Bob Clements’ departure for Oklahoma State. Smith, who coached receivers at K-State,

  • Men's Basketball | January 17, 2013

    KSU eases to 67-54 win at TCU

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    FORT WORTH, Texas — Adrian Diaz and Jordan Henriquez were a bit much for TCU to handle on Wednesday. Couple their first-half performances with the stingy defense of Martavious Irving and another steady scoring night from Rodney McGruder, and it’s easy to see how No. 16

  • Men's Basketball | January 17, 2013

    Big games loom for surging Wildcats

    FORT WORTH, Texas — It’s been hard not to notice these next two games for Kansas State for some time now. With Oklahoma and K-State’s wins on Wednesday night, it set up a game between two teams tied for first place in the Big 12


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