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  • Columns |Football | November 26, 2012

    Kinder: The case for Klein and against Johnny Football

    Long before he became the face of band-aids and bloody elbows, Collin Klein was just another quarterback earning his first-career start. Little was known about the clean-cut, fresh-faced Ron Prince recruit from Loveland, Colo., but on this night three years ago, the sophomore not only

  • Football | November 26, 2012

    Freeman falls short, Nelson scores TD in loss

    Former Kansas State quarterback Josh Freeman couldn’t keep things rolling for the recently hot Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they lost to the Atlanta Falcons in a tight, 24-23 game. Freeman finished 19-of-30 passing for 256 yards and no touchdowns. Jordy Nelson got things going on

  • Volleyball | November 25, 2012

    Wildcats fall to Oklahoma on senior night

    The 25th-ranked Kansas State volleyball team closed out its regular season with a loss Saturday night in Ahearn Field House to Oklahoma in four sets. The Sooners won 25-22, 16-25, 26-24 and 25-14. K-State (21-8, 8-8 Big 12) started the night celebrating the careers of five

  • Women's Basketball | November 25, 2012

    Chambers, Texada key road win

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – With Haley Texada doing the heavy lifting in the first half for K-State, Brittany Chambers put the Wildcats on her back in the closing stages of the game on Saturday night to push K-State to a 67-63 win at Charlotte. K-State is

  • Football | November 25, 2012

    Cats look to improve off bye week

    More often than not, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder gives wait-and-see responses to questions about the positives or negatives of a bye week. But never has a bye week seemed to come at such a time for a K-State team. The Wildcats are 10-3 after

  • Men's Basketball | November 25, 2012

    Wildcats fall to Michigan in NIT finale, 71-57

    In its biggest test of the season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team fell flat on Friday. Playing No. 4-ranked Michigan in the finals of the NIT Season Tip-Off, the Wildcats trailed the whole game in a 71-57 loss. The Wildcats (5-1) struggled to

  • Football | November 23, 2012

    Oklahoma game could affect K-State’s bowl status

    If you’re talking with family this Thanksgiving weekend about possible bowl-game trips over the holidays, you could possibly get a jump on things by checking one game result late Saturday afternoon. Basically, it comes down to this: If Oklahoma State beats Oklahoma, then Kansas

  • Volleyball | November 23, 2012

    Senior night next for Cats

    Alex muff.phatch

    For five Kansas State volleyball seniors, Saturday night’s season-finale against Oklahoma will be an emotional one. For Kathleen Ludwig, Caitlyn Donahue, Alex Muff, Kuulei Kabalis and Ali Boehler — who was brought on to the team this year —  it will be the final match

  • Football | November 22, 2012

    Players thankful for Wildcat family

    The idea of the Kansas State football team treating each other like family is not new. Treating teammates as family is one of the traits head coach Bill Snyder tries to instill in each of his teams. Generally speaking, when the players care more about

  • Football | November 22, 2012

    K-State announces 2013 football schedule

    Eight home games, including three straight to open the season and five Big 12 matchups at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, highlight the Wildcats’ 2013 football slate as the conference office announced the composite schedule for all 10 league schools today. “With eight home games at Bill Snyder Family

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