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  • Volleyball | November 04, 2012

    Longhorns sweep K-State volleyball

    AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State volleyball team entered Gregory Gymnasium hoping to hand the No. 7 Texas Longhorns their first loss in Big 12 play this season. The Wildcats kept it close with the Longhorns, but could not come home with a victory falling in three sets 18

  • Women's Basketball | November 04, 2012

    Cats close exhibition against Lady Blues

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will get another chance Monday to work through some early growing pains when the Wildcats close out the exhibition slate at home against Washburn. K-State opened its season with a 68-57 win over Fort Hays State on Thursday.

  • Men's Basketball | November 04, 2012

    K-State looks to push ball vs. Hornets

    Bruce Weber said his team would look to push the ball this season. After one exhibition game, that appears true. As Kansas State goes into today’s game home against Emporia State — beginning at 1 p.m. — the Wildcats will look to solidify the lineup and

  • Football | November 02, 2012

    Stopping Cowboys a challenge

    With just four games remaining in the regular season and Kansas State riding an undefeated season, Saturday’s next test has now turned into the most important game for the Wildcats. And yet again, it’s no easy test for the Wildcats — ranked third in

  • Football | November 02, 2012

    Wildcats sharing special bond with their fans

    When Kansas State coach Bill Snyder talks about family, it’s clear what’s important to him. When the longtime Wildcats’ coach walked away from the sidelines following the 2005 season and the idea of renaming KSU Stadium was mentioned, it was his wish to name

  • Football | November 02, 2012

    Cats riding second-half barrage to victories

    Braden Wilson tried to say the right thing, keeping his answers to a minimum of one word. But the senior’s unwillingness to elaborate almost said it all. When asked if he thought Texas Tech’s will on defense had been broken in the second

  • Football | November 02, 2012

    OSU knows challenge in stopping Klein, Cats

    Bill Young is familiar with Bill Snyder’s offense. Young, who spent time as a defensive coordinator at both Oklahoma and Kansas during Snyder’s first stint as head coach at Kansas State and now Oklahoma State in his second, also knows the challenge ahead

  • Women's Basketball | November 02, 2012

    K-State women drop Tigers, 68-57

    The young, undersized Kansas State women’s basketball team opened the season Thursday night with a gritty 68-57 exhibition win over the Fort Hays State at Bramlage Coliseum. Despite a shaky first half that saw Fort Hays lead for more than 10 minutes and keep the

  • Women's Basketball | November 01, 2012

    K-State PGs White, Texada placed on restrictions

    Kansas State point guards Mariah White and Haley Texada will have to wait a bit longer to get on the court this season. The two suited up, but did not play in the Wildcats’ exhibition opening 68-57 victory over Fort Hays State on Thursday night

  • Volleyball | November 01, 2012

    K-State ready for Longhorns

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    Although history goes against the Kansas State volleyball team as it travels to Austin to face the Texas Longhorns Friday night at 7, the Wildcats feel ready to take on a team they haven’t defeated on the road since 2001. “I feel good,” K-State head coach


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