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  • Women's Basketball | October 31, 2012

    Wildcats win exhibition vs. Washburn

    At times on Tuesday, Washburn coach Bob Chipman was getting flashbacks of Jack Hartman’s days at Kansas State. Chipman, who played at K-State for Hartman from 1971-73, marked himself as impressed with what new Wildcats coach Bruce Weber brought to the floor in an 81

  • Women's Basketball | October 31, 2012

    K-State sophomores ready for bigger roles

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    Last season, as true freshmen, Kansas State women’s basketball players Haley Texada and Ashia Woods were just getting used to life as student athletes. They almost instantly clicked as best friends and were playing on a team with plenty of experienced veterans to follow.

  • Football | October 31, 2012

    Malone semifinalist for Thorpe Award

    For the second time in as many seasons, Kansas State defensive back Nigel Malone has been named a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, the Jim Thorpe Association announced Tuesday. Malone is one of 15 semifinalists for the award given annually to the top defensive back

  • Track & Field | October 31, 2012

    Rovelto to offer high jump coaching clinic

    K-State track and field coach Cliff Rovelto is offering a high jump coaching clinic in January. The Cliff Rovelto High Jump Coaching Clinic is set for Jan. 12 with a registration deadline of Jan. 9. Cost of the coaching clinic is $120 per individual and runs from 9 a.

  • Football | October 30, 2012

    Walker out indefinitely with knee injury

    It appears Kansas State linebacker Tre Walker’s season could be in jeopardy after leaving Saturday’s game against Texas Tech with a right knee injury. Walker, who’s been one of the most inspirational leaders for the undefeated Wildcats, tweeted this week that he’

  • Football | October 30, 2012

    BCS not top priority for Snyder

    Kansas State stayed ahead of unbeaten Oregon and Notre Dame on Sunday, moving to No. 2 in the Bowl Championship Series standings. But it’s not something K-State coach Bill Snyder is making his top priority. And if the Wildcats keep winning, he said he hopes

  • Football | October 30, 2012

    Standing-room-only tickets for Texas game

    With another capacity crowd guaranteed for the final two home contests, K-State Athletics announced that a limited number of general admission tickets to the Dec. 1 game against Texas have been made available for purchase. Those tickets, priced at $55, will be located on the grassy hill

  • Women's Basketball | October 30, 2012

    Every K-State Women’s Basketball home game on TV

    K-State Athletics announced Monday the entire home schedule for K-State women’s basketball will be broadcast this season. The additional televised games will be available on either FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports Kansas City, Cox Cable/Metro Sports or K-StateHD.TV. K-State will play five

  • Men's Basketball | October 29, 2012

    Cats open season looking for starting 5

    At this point of the season, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber said he doesn’t have a starting five. After a three-period scrimmage before Saturday’s football game against Texas Tech, Weber said that’s what the exhibition game against Washburn and

  • Football | October 29, 2012

    Wildcats move up to No. 2 in BCS

    As expected, Kansas State moved up one spot to No. 2 in the Bowl Championship Series standings released Sunday night, behind only Alabama, and in front of No. 3 Notre Dame and No. 4 Oregon. All that means right now is that the Wildcats, coming off a 55-24


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