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  • Football | October 10, 2012

    Wildcats focused on Cyclones, not WVU

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    It wasn’t all that long ago that Kansas State found itself trying to explain away its 35-21 dud against North Texas, just a week after trouncing Miami and a week before its road trip to Oklahoma. Now the Wildcats are in similar position, coming

  • Football | October 09, 2012

    Wildcats, Cyclones similar

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    In just a few short years, Paul Rhoads has given Iowa State something it lacked for a while — a consistently competitive Big 12 football team. When Kansas State coach Bill Snyder talks about Rhoads and his team at Iowa State, it sort of sounds like he’

  • Football | October 09, 2012

    K-State/West Virginia game time announced

    K-State’s game at West Virginia on Oct. 20 has been picked up as the National Game of the Week by Fox and will kick off at 6 p.m. (CST).

  • Football | October 08, 2012

    Wildcats jump to No. 6/5 in polls

    Three teams in the top five lost on Saturday, but it did not mean a jump into the top five for the Kansas State football team. The Wildcats went into the weekend ranked No. 7 in the Associated Press poll, and defeated Kansas 56-16 on Saturday.

  • Football | October 07, 2012

    Wildcats not content in blowout win

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    High expectations can do things to a football team. Some collapse under the added pressure and others rise to the occasion. Kansas State did a little of both on Saturday, leaving the seventh-ranked Wildcats wanting more from its 56-16 victory over in-state rival Kansas. The

  • Football | October 07, 2012

    Jayhawks fall apart in third quarter

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    After the Kansas defense stopped Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein short of the goal line at the end of the first half, KU coach Charlie Weis thought his team had something to build on in the second half. Trailing 21-14 going into the locker room

  • Columns |Football | October 07, 2012

    Guggisberg: Wildcats still need work on defense

    Offensively, Kansas State looked like a Top-10 team dismantling an inferior opponent from start to finish on Saturday. The Wildcat defense? Not so much. It didn’t show up until the third quarter. Any fears that I would be the only guy with gripes after

  • Volleyball | October 07, 2012

    Texas sweeps Wildcats

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    The Wildcats had their chances in the second set, but mistakes proved to be too costly for Kansas State. The 14th-ranked Wildcat volleyball team was swept by No. 9 Texas 25-17, 30-27and 25-15 Saturday night at Ahearn Field House. Texas continued its domination of K-State

  • Equestrian | October 07, 2012

    K-State equestrian wins Big 12 opener over No. 5 Baylor

    The No. 7-ranked Kansas State women’s equestrian team opened Big 12 action with a 13-7 upset win over No. 5 Baylor on Friday at Timbercreek Stables in Manhattan.  Three Wildcats took home Most Outstanding Performer (MOP) honors, as K-State totaled 1,518.5 points compared to 1,482.5 for Baylor.

  • Men's Basketball |Women's Basketball | October 07, 2012

    Men’s, women’s hoops teams open practice facility

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    When Kirk Schulz set out to hire an athletic director early in his days as Kansas State president, facility upgrades were a popular topic of conversation. On Friday night, Schulz and his athletic director, John Currie, dedicated the brand new $18 million Basketball Training Facility. Situated


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