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  • Men's Basketball | December 09, 2012

    Cats edge Colonials, 65-62

    Rodney McGruder might have Angel Rodriguez to thank for Kansas State’s 65-62 win over George Washington in his homecoming to Washington D.C. Although McGruder scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Rodriguez scored 14 of his team-high 17 points in the second half to help the Wildcats

  • Women's Basketball | December 09, 2012

    K-State hosts Coyotes

    The K-State women’s basketball team returns to Bramlage Coliseum today at 2 p.m. to take on the South Dakota Coyotes. South Dakota (4-5) travels to Manhattan fresh off a 90-35 win over Dakota State. The Wildcats (6-0) are also coming off of a win,

  • Track & Field | December 09, 2012

    Wildcats dominate Winter Pentathlon

    K-State track and field got its season underway on Friday with the annual Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon. A small group of Wildcats were in action along with athletes from some other area school, and K-State came away with some strong performances to open the season.

  • Football | December 08, 2012

    Klein finishes third for Heisman, Manziel wins

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    NEW YORK — Often, moral victories don’t seem to count for much in college football. But that was different on Saturday night, as Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein finished third in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, announced at the Best Buy Theater in Times

  • Columns |Football | December 07, 2012

    Kinder: QB, coach needed each other to win


    NEW YORK — What makes Collin Klein great isn’t always what he does on the football field. It’s easy to get caught up in all his touchdowns, often bouncing off defenders like a pinball on his way to the end zone time after time

  • Men's Basketball | December 07, 2012

    McGruder, Cats travel to D.C.


    Rodney McGruder grew up in the shadow of America’s capital city, listening to stories of his father’s childhood friend Len Bias and dreaming of making it to the NBA. So it should be no surprise that McGruder wanted to stay in the Washington

  • Football | December 07, 2012

    Wildcat fans are winning the Ticket Sales Bowl

    K-State football fans have already snapped up their allotment of tickets for the upcoming Fiesta Bowl, according to accounts out of Eugene, Oregon. KVAL news, based in Eugene, reports that the University of Oregon has yet to sell their allotment of 17,500 tickets. Meanwhile, “Kansas State

  • Football | December 05, 2012

    Klein shares Heisman with teammates


    Collin Klein was really no different than any other kid. Most young athletes hope to play in college someday, maybe even professionally, or perhaps even win the Heisman Trophy. “If you were to interview 10 kids playing football on the playground when they are young, they

  • Women's Basketball | December 05, 2012

    Chambers leads K-State past Shockers

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    WICHITA — The Kansas State women’s basketball team used a strong defensive effort and an 11-0 run to open the second half to defeat Wichita State 48-43 on Tuesday night. The Wildcats are now 6-0 on the season. Brittany Chambers paced the Wildcats with a

  • Football | December 05, 2012

    Wildcats sweep top Big 12 honors

    Kansas State took three of the Big 12 Conference’s top awards on Wednesday, taking home Coach, Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year honors. K-State coach Bill Snyder was voted by the league’s coaches as the Chuck Neinas Coach of the Year, while quarterback

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