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  • Cross Country | October 14, 2012

    Three Cats set personal-bests at pre-national

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Both Kansas State cross country teams participated in the Pre-National Invitational on Saturday at the E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. The Wildcat women finished 27th in the Women’s Red Seeded 6K, scoring 722 points, while the Wildcat men placed 20th in the

  • Football | October 13, 2012

    Cats overcome adversity to defeat Cyclones

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    AMES, Iowa — Kansas State dodged bullets shot at its own feet on Saturday, something the sixth-ranked Wildcats hadn’t been forced to do all season. The Wildcats entered Saturday’s road tilt at Iowa State as the least-penalized team in the country, averaging 1.8 flags per

  • Football | October 13, 2012

    No. 6 K-State grinds out 27-21 win over Iowa State

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    AMES, Iowa — Collin Klein did his job. And then the Kansas State defense did its job by stopping Iowa State on back-to-back possessions to seal another narrow victory over the Cyclones. K-State, playing in Ames for the first time since 2007, used two clutch defensive stands

  • Football | October 12, 2012

    With pressure, front seven picks up Wildcats’ secondary

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    Ask any of the members of the Kansas State secondary and they’ll tell you the same things. This group has a lot to prove. As head coach Bill Snyder noted Tuesday, they’ve still got a long way to go, but the progress through

  • Football | October 12, 2012

    Cyclones relying on defense

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    The target couldn’t get much bigger for Kansas State right now. With every win the Wildcats climb a little higher in the national polls and quarterback Collin Klein’s name shines a little brighter for Heisman Trophy consideration. Iowa State would want nothing more

  • Football | October 12, 2012

    Wildcats find perfection with perfection

    Like the recipe for the perfect dinner casserole, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder has seemed to find the right ingredients for success this season. A little rushing offense here, the top-ranked turnover margin there, just two sacks allowed, very few penalties and a sprinkle of

  • Football | October 12, 2012

    Tannahill making big plays

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    Travis Tannahill has developed a knack for making big plays this season. Kansas State’s senior tight end has just six catches in five games for 110 yards and a touchdown, but in the Wildcats first two Big 12 Conference games, he’s made an impact. In

  • Volleyball | October 12, 2012

    Wildcats on the road to face TCU

    There are many reasons the Kansas State volleyball team is having a successful season. Obviously, the returning experience has been key. But like many things, it’s more complex than that. A team of seasoned veterans can master the little things, and for the 14th-ranked

  • Men's Basketball | October 11, 2012

    K-State men picked fifth in preseason Big 12 poll

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team was picked to finish fifth in the preseason 2012-13 Big 12 coaches’ poll released by the league office Thursday. The Wildcats received 54 points to earn fifth place in the second-year of the 10-team conference configuration, just four points behind

  • Football | October 11, 2012

    Klein a finalist for Unitas Golden Arm Award

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    Kansas State senior quarterback Collin Klein has been named one of 15 finalists for the 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, which is given annually to college football’s best senior quarterback. Klein joins fellow Big 12 quarterbacks Geno Smith of West Virginia, Landry Jones of Oklahoma and


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