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  • Triangulate | May 01, 2013

    Hayden Abbott- Kansas State Basketball’s “Renaissance Man”

    Hayden Abbott graduated from Olathe, Ks- High School in 1954 and was prepared to give up his dream of playing college basketball and join the Air Force as his backup plan.  Abbott was told by two renowned orthopedic surgeons that he would never play basketball

  • Football | May 01, 2013

    Gronkowski opening eyes at fullback


    Rob Gronkowski might have made Internet headlines with his activities in Manhattan this weekend, but it was his younger brother who was one of the stories of Kansas State’s spring game. Glenn, whose brother Rob plays tight end for the New England Patriots, looked

  • Baseball | May 01, 2013

    Kivett powers Cats past Creighton, 6-3

    OMAHA, Neb. — Ross Kivett hit two triples as part of a 3-for-4, two-RBI evening as Kansas State weathered a rain delay to defeat Creighton, 6-3, Tuesday at TD Ameritrade Park. The win —  K-State’s first in Omaha since 2006 — pushed the Wildcats’ record to 32-14

  • Baseball | April 30, 2013

    Cats wrap non-conference play at Creighton tonight

    The Kansas State baseball team will wrap up non-conference play and begin a seven-game road swing by traveling to Omaha, Neb., Tuesday night to face Creighton at TD Ameritrade Park, the home of the College World Series. First pitch is set for 6:30 p.m. Listeners

  • Baseball | April 29, 2013

    TCU wins Sunday, but Cats take series

    Diving catch 2bld play @2nd.phatch

    The offense that put the Kansas State baseball team first in the nation in batting average was stifled by TCU Sunday afternoon in Tointon Family Stadium. The Horned Frogs defeated K-State 5-2, in the series finale, though the Wildcats took the first two games of

  • Football | April 28, 2013

    Sams, Waters dazzle in spring game


    Bill Snyder needed a coin flip to decide his starting quarterback Saturday, handing the ball to junior college transfer Jake Waters for the Purple squad’s first series. And if Saturday’s showing is any indication of what’s to come, the Kansas State coach

  • Football | April 28, 2013

    K-State’s defense still a work in progress


    If there was anything aside from the quarterback battle to take away from Saturday’s spring game, it had to be Kansas State’s defense. While the defense might not have been the focus Saturday, figuring out who was playing on the revamped defense could

  • Football | April 28, 2013

    Brown, Harper taken in NFL draft

    Arthur brown 2.phatch

    The Baltimore Ravens headed into the offseason with one glaring hole to fill at linebacker. Ray Lewis was a 13-time pro bowl middle linebacker for the Ravens, who retired this offseason. On Friday, the Ravens decided who would be replacing him. Baltimore used the 24th

  • Baseball | April 28, 2013

    Cats drop TCU, inch closer to first

    Earlier in the day Saturday, Kansas State Wildcats fans were washed in offense as the football team racked up 79 points during its annual spring game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Later in the afternoon, K-State fans were drenched in defense across the parking lot in

  • Tennis | April 28, 2013

    K-State tennis falls to Texas Tech in quarters

    NORMAN, Okla. — Due to inclement weather, the Big 12 adjusted the schedule of the K-State and Texas Tech Big 12 Women’s Tennis Championships quarterfinal match on Friday, playing the singles matches ahead of the doubles matches. The adjustment added to the drama, as the Red Raiders

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