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  • Football | October 21, 2012

    K-State ranked No. 4 in both polls

    The Kansas State football team, riding high from its 55-14 victory over West Virginia on Saturday night, maintained it’s ranking at No. 4 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll Sunday. K-State, however, dropped from one spot to No. 4 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Florida

  • Football | October 21, 2012

    Klein nearly flawless in Wildcats’ rout

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia fans had seen enough. Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein delivered the knockout blow midway through the third quarter when he scored his sixth touchdown of the game, forcing Mountaineer fans to the exits. It’s too bad, too, because Klein

  • Volleyball | October 21, 2012

    KSU beats Texas Tech in five sets


    After the 14th-ranked Kansas State volleyball team dominated its second set in a row, fans in Ahearn Field House were gearing up to see the Wildcats notch their 15th sweep of the season. Besides, K-State was facing the struggling Texas Tech Red Raiders, who recently

  • Men's Basketball | October 21, 2012

    McGruder, Henriquez chasing NBA dreams


    It’s the dream of every aspiring basketball player, and it’s one that’s alive in the minds of Rodney McGruder and Jordan Henriquez. To play professional basketball. And of course all young men who want to play past their college years dream to

  • Tennis | October 21, 2012

    K-State doubles pair advances at regional

    TULSA, Okla. – Kansas State women’s tennis picked up six singles wins and four doubles wins on Saturday at two separate locations. Junior Petra Niedermayerova and freshman Ivana Kubickova advanced to the semifinals of the main draw of doubles at the ITA Central Regional, while

  • Equestrian | October 21, 2012

    KSU wins fifth straight, beats South Dakota St.

    Behind two Most Outstanding Performer honors and a strong outing from the Hunter Seat team, the No. 6 Kansas State women’s equestrian team earned its fifth consecutive win on Saturday, defeating South Dakota State, 13-6 (1461.5-1315.5). The Hunter Seat team once again had a marvelous

  • Columns |Football | October 19, 2012

    Kinder: All eyes will be on two great, yet very different quarterbacks Saturday night

    Kansas State’s game Saturday at West Virginia is as much about the Big 12 and national championships as it is the Heisman Trophy for Collin Klein and Geno Smith. The Mountaineers’ quarterback is still considered the frontrunner for the coveted award right now, and rightfully

  • Football | October 19, 2012

    Cats move at own pace offensively


    Some call it boring. Kansas State calls it winning. Moving down the field like a waltz, K-State’s offense is based on precision, patience and flawless execution — led by quarterback Collin Klein. A run-based attack centered around the QB, mixed in with calculated passes, the

  • Football | October 19, 2012

    Wildcats working to stop Smith

    There are probably many ways to describe what Geno Smith has done this season, but one word seems to describe it perfectly. Ridiculous. The West Virginia quarterback has completed 196-of-260 passes this season for 2,274 yards and 25 touchdowns in just six games. His interceptions? He hasn’

  • Football | October 19, 2012

    Wildcats’ scout team tries to re-create WVU

    If you think your job is taxing, try spending a week as Joe Hubener. Never heard of him? The redshirt-freshman walk-on has spent this season directing Kansas State’s scout team offense and duplicating the opposing quarterback for the benefit of the defense. This week,

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