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  • 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,

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    K-State seniors put focus on Big 12 title


    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Most Kansas State fans know Martavious Irving for his pregame dancing and his defensive prowess on the court. But off the court, Irving is often quiet when surrounded by the media. At the Big 12 men’s basketball media day in Kansas City

  • Volleyball | October 18, 2012

    Jayhawks handle Wildcats

    LAWRENCE — The Horejsi Family Athletics Center sold out within two hours for the Sunflower Showdown and for good reason. It was the first time the Kansas and Kansas State volleyball teams faced each other while both were nationally ranked. It was the 21st-ranked Jayhawks who

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    Huggins recalls memories in Manhattan

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s been more than five years since Bob Huggins donned a Kansas State purple sweater. But the memories of his one-year stint with the school are still fresh on his mind. Even though Frank Martin has moved on to South Carolina,

  • October 18, 2012

    Coffee with Currie to be held throughout the fall

    The “Neighborhood Coffee with the AD”  is coming to a neighborhood near you K-State Athletics is coming to a neighborhood near you as athletic director John Currie will be making several morning appearances throughout the community this fall. Currie will host morning coffees around

  • Football | October 18, 2012

    Klein named award finalist

    Kansas State senior quarterback Collin Klein has been named one of 10 finalists among FBS programs for the 2012 Senior CLASS Award, the organization announced Thursday. Klein is the first Wildcat to be named a finalist for the award, which highlights NCAA Division I FBS seniors that

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    Officials to put emphasis on blocks, charges this season

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — While it’s not as drastic as the NBA’s approach to “flopping,” expect to see blocks called often this season. Big 12 Coordinator of Men’s Basketball officials Curtis Shaw said officials will be putting an emphasis on blocks and charges, especially

  • Tennis | October 18, 2012

    K-State tennis headed to Tulsa, Lawrence

    The Kansas State women’s tennis team will send a pair of student-athletes to the ITA Regional in Tulsa, Okla., while a quartet will remain in the state to compete at a tournament in Lawrence this weekend. The ITA Regional will be contested Friday through

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    New coaches talk transition in Big 12

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chris Walker has barely been at the helm of the Texas Tech men’s basketball program, and already he’s being asked if his interim term of six months gives him enough time to start rebuilding the Red Raiders. Walker had a

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