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  • Football | October 28, 2012

    Cats’ defense slows Tech QB, offense

    From week-to-week, Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege has been lighting up defense after defense with 300 plus-yard passing performances, with big touchdown numbers to boot. The Kansas State defense allowed Doege to reach the 300-yard mark on Saturday, but it attacked him often, leading to rushed

  • Volleyball | October 28, 2012

    Cats drop Bears in four sets

    1 sets ball.phatch

    The Kansas State volleyball team used a balanced attack against Baylor and it worked Saturday night in Ahearn Field House. The Wildcats — ranked 16th—  defeated the Bears in four sets, 25-16, 25-20, 23-25 and 25-17 in front of nearly 3,000 fans. Senior opposite Kathleen Ludwig

  • Women's Basketball | October 28, 2012

    Chambers, White to carry load for Cats in 2012-13

    There’s no doubt the Kansas State women’s basketball team will go as seniors Brittany Chambers and Mariah White go this season. It’s their team. Chambers, a four-year starter at shooting guard, and White, who came into her own at point guard last

  • Football | October 28, 2012

    Williams’ effort paces K-State defense

    Kansas State defensive end Meshak Williams is still waiting to hear from Ralph Guidry. Guidry, who had a penchant for blocking kicks in his K-State career on the defensive line, may have found the next Wildcat to carry his torch, as Williams not only blocked

  • Football | October 26, 2012

    Cats rallying behind Klein’s Heisman race

    If this football thing doesn’t work out for Chris Harper, he might have a future as a campaign manager. It is election season after all, and Kansas State has its own candidate in quarterback Collin Klein, now the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy after

  • Football | October 26, 2012

    Zimmerman having All-America season for undefeated Wildcats

    You might be hard-pressed to find a more locked in player on defense right now in the Big 12 than Kansas State safety Ty Zimmerman. The junior, as of late, almost looks like he knows what opposing quarterbacks are going to do before they do it.

  • Football | October 26, 2012

    K-State looks to slow Texas Tech’s Doege

    He’s thrown for a ton of yards and a lot of touchdowns. Sound familiar? No, Kansas State isn’t taking on Geno Smith and West Virginia again this week, but they are taking on a quarterback that has put up the same kind of

  • Football | October 26, 2012

    Wildcats not overlooking Tech

    Maybe it’s because Kansas State was so dominant last week against West Virginia. Or perhaps most people around the state of Kansas just haven’t watched Texas Tech play. Whatever it is, the Red Raiders — according to the K-State coaches and players — aren’t

  • Volleyball | October 26, 2012

    No. 16 Wildcats prepares for Baylor

    As the 16th-ranked Kansas State volleyball teams nears the final stretch of the regular season, head coach Suzie Fritz isn’t worried about the target on the Wildcats’ back getting bigger. That pressure, Fritz said, is — and has been — an internal one. “I think we

  • Football | October 26, 2012

    Miami columnist hates the players, not the game

    Miami Herald columnist Joseph Goodman admits to having some issues watching the Wildcats rise through the BCS rankings lately. He writes: No one — and I mean no one except for maybe a few crusty sportswriters and a handful of people in the Middle of Nowhere,

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