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  • 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

    Kansas st tcu basketb kind.phatch

    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

  • Women's Basketball | January 17, 2013

    Cats can’t keep pace with Bears

    Grinder dunks.phatch

    For a while Wednesday night, Kansas State didn’t look like a team that had lost two straight games. The Wildcats gave the top-ranked Baylor Bears all they wanted for 20 minutes behind eight first-half 3-pointers from five different players. K-State’s first four field goals

  • Women's Basketball | January 17, 2013

    Bench gives Wildcats a lift in loss

    It was all hands on deck for the Kansas State women’s basketball team Wednesday night against the top-ranked Baylor Bears. Though the Brittney Griner-led Bears eventually pulled away for an easy 90-69 win at Bramlage Coliseum, the Wildcats did their best to make a

  • Tennis | January 17, 2013

    K-State tennis travels to Bulldog Invitational

    The Kansas State tennis team will kick off its 2013 spring schedule this weekend at the Georgia Invitational in Athens, Ga. K-State will face Georgia, Memphis and Troy during the weekend at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. The individual results from the weekend will count toward

  • Football | January 16, 2013

    K-State football adds recruit

    The Kansas State football team added a recruit on Tuesday, as Hutchinson Community College outside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell committed to the Wildcats. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Campbell is a three-star prospect, who reportedly runs a 4.49 40. He chose the Wildcats over Minnesota, Texas, Tennessee and Texas

  • Women's Basketball | January 16, 2013

    Lehning to receive KSHSAA Hall of Fame honor Feb. 2

    Prior to the start of the Feb. 2 K-State women’s basketball game against Kansas, former K-State All-American and current women’s basketball assistant coach Shalee Lehning will be honored by the Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) as a member of the Hall of

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