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  • Cross Country | November 16, 2012

    Galvan set for championships

    Kansas State’s Laura Galvan women’s cross country team will complete her season when she competes in the NCAA Championships on Saturday at the E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky. The sophomore will face the best runners in the nation at 11

  • Football | November 16, 2012

    Baylor struggling in post-RG3 era

    The Robert Griffin III era has come and gone for the Baylor Bears. The Bears are coming off a 10-3 season in 2011, and a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback in Griffin III, but the success hasn’t exactly translated into the 2012 season. Baylor is 4-5 and

  • Football | November 16, 2012

    Klein on final Watch List for Camp Award

    Kansas State senior quarterback Collin Klein was one of 15 players nationally named to the “Players to Watch” list for the 2012 Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Walter Camp Football Foundation announced this week. Klein was the only player from the Big 12 named to

  • Football | November 15, 2012

    Young K-State fan affected by Sandy doesn’t miss a game


    Tyler McInteer woke up on Monday morning to get ready for school and his mom handed him a piece of paper. Because ESPN’s BCS Countdown Show the night before was past the 8-year-old’s bedtime, his mother made sure she had the new rankings

  • Men's Basketball | November 15, 2012

    K-State men’s hoops signs two

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team announced two players have signed their National Letters of Intent to play for the Wildcats next season. Wichita Falls, Texas, guard Marcus Foster and Houston forward Wesley Iwundu each signed their NLI on Fall National Signing Day on

  • Volleyball | November 15, 2012

    Cyclones handle K-State in four games

    AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State and Iowa State volleyball teams were on the national stage Wednesday with the rivalry playing out on ESPNU. After snapping an eight-match losing streak to the Cyclones in the first meeting this season, it was Iowa State this time that

  • Football | November 14, 2012

    Cats’ Klein featured on Sports Illustrated cover


    Chris Harper didn’t think it was real and Kansas State coach Bill Snyder didn’t even know about it. Yet by midday Tuesday, K-State quarterback Collin Klein was already being celebrated as the latest athlete featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated that hits

  • Men's Basketball | November 14, 2012

    Wildcats win NIT regional

    Start spreading the news. The Kansas State men’s basketball team won in huge rout fashion on Tuesday, beating Alabama-Huntsville 87-26 at Bramlage Coliseum to win the Midwest Regional of the NIT Tip-Off, locking up a spot in the semi-finals in New York City. The

  • Men's Basketball | November 14, 2012

    Weak NIT field not helping K-State

    If you thought Monday night’s game was a yawner, Tuesday night’s latenight snoozefest managed to set the bar just a little bit lower. Kansas State won 87-26 without much effort in a game that reinforced the idea that college basketball needs a mercy

  • Football | November 13, 2012

    New No. 1, same focused Wildcats

    Kansas State was named the No. 1 team in the BCS for the first time in its history on Sunday. But there didn’t seem to be a different feel around the program as players arrived on Monday. And K-State coach Bill Snyder said he hopes

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