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  • Volleyball | October 25, 2012

    Cats cruise to sweep of West Virginia

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In their first trip to West Virginia the No. 16 Kansas State Wildcats made quick work of the Mountaineers on the volleyball court, getting another 3-0 win in straight sets. The Wildcats came out on top 25-15, 25-16, 25-19 to post their 15th

  • Football | October 24, 2012

    K-State, Oregon race close to Harper

    Though nobody seems to doubt Alabama’s worthiness of the BCS top spot, No. 2 through 4 looks like it could be a game of musical chairs every week between Florida, Kansas State and Oregon. On Sunday, the Wildcats leapfrogged the Ducks in the standings to No. 3

  • Columns |Football | October 24, 2012

    Seaton: What I really ought to say about K-State football

    Ned seaton

    As an increasingly gray-haired guy, I probably ought to be the one to offer some sage advice. I know there are some young whippersnappers in the audience working themselves into a froth over the idea of Kansas State playing for the national championship in football

  • Football | October 24, 2012

    FB Wilson plays key role for Cats

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    For Kansas State, senior Braden Wilson is more than just another hard-nosed fullback. Since his freshman year in 2009, Wilson has played a critical role in blocking for the K-State offense. From running back Daniel Thomas in 2009-10 to current quarterback Collin Klein, each season Wilson

  • Columns |Football |Volleyball | October 24, 2012

    Bauman: Fritz, Snyder cut from the same cloth

    There is no doubt the Kansas State football team has the community in a frenzy these days. The job head coach Bill Snyder has done is once again reminding the world why the man has had a highway and a stadium named after him. But

  • Football | October 23, 2012

    Klein takes lead in race for Heisman

    As expected, Kansas State’s Collin Klein has taken over the top spot in the majority of national publication’s Heisman watch lists. The senior quarterback dazzled last Saturday in the Wildcats’ 55-14 victory at West Virginia, passing for a career-high 323 yards and scoring seven

  • Football | October 23, 2012

    Gus Johnson excited to visit Manhattan

    Gus Johnson has never been to Manhattan, but he knows his Kansas State football. The enthusiastic play-by-play announcer for FOX Sports, called a pair of K-State games last season — the win at Texas and the Cotton Bowl against Arkansas. This season Johnson, along with color

  • Women's Basketball | October 23, 2012

    Caron to play bigger role for Cats

    Chantay Caron is the only returning junior on Kansas State’s women’s basketball team, and with the Wildcats having one of the youngest and shortest rosters in the Big 12 this season, Caron has some big shoes to fill. The vertically-challenged Wildcats will turn to

  • Football | October 23, 2012

    Wildcats try to take it one day at a time

    Kansas State’s 55-14 win at West Virginia on Saturday finally opened up a conversation around the Wildcats. Are they for real? West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen thinks so, and he reiterated it during the Big 12 football coaches teleconference on Monday. “They’re one of

  • Football | October 23, 2012

    Brown, Klein named award semifinalists

    Kansas State’s Arthur Brown has been named one of 12 semifinalists for the Butkus Award, honoring the nation’s top linebacker, while Collin Klein was named a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award. Brown is the fifth Wildcat to become a semifinalist


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