Tuesday, October 6, 2015

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  • Football | September 22, 2015

    Snyder says physicality causing more injuries


    The injuries have already stacked up for Kansas State this season, but the Wildcats aren’t alone in feeling the pain. Starting quarterback Jesse Ertz was lost for the season after just two plays. Safety Dante Barnett was also knocked out of the season opener

  • Baseball | September 22, 2015

    Fall Hitting League registration open

    Brad Hill Baseball Camps will be hosting its Fall Hitting League once again this year, with the league providing hitters the opportunity to keep their skills sharp during the offseason. The league runs from Oct. 27-Nov. 17, consisting of four sessions every Tuesday in the Brandeberry

  • Golf | September 22, 2015

    K-State ties for seventh in Oklahoma

    Paced by Madison Talley’s final-round score of 5-under-par 66, the K-State women’s golf team finished in a tie for seventh place with a 36-hole score of 13-over par 581 in the weather-shortened Schooner Fall Classic on Monday at the par-71, 5,901-yard Belmar Golf Course. K-State

  • Football | September 21, 2015

    Lockett unable to help Seahawks beat Packers

    Tyler Lockett looked a little more human this week for the Seattle Seahawks, getting held out of the endzone and mostly contained in the return game in a 27-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers. The rookie caught two passes for 17 yards, returned two punts

  • Football | September 19, 2015

    Wildcats hang on to win in 3OTs


    Kansas State scored when it mattered most. That might be one of the few positives the Wildcats can take from their 39-33 triple-overtime victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-State struggled to move the ball most of the day — coming

  • Football | September 19, 2015

    Lee, Willis have big days for defense


    With Kansas State and Louisiana Tech tied at 20, the Wildcats’ two best pass rushers on Saturday teamed up to force the first turnover of the season for the defense. After the Bulldogs completed a short pass to Trent Taylor, K-State linebacker Elijah Lee grabbed him

  • Volleyball | September 19, 2015

    K-State falls to Arkansas in five sets

    OMAHA, Neb. — For the first time since 2011, the Kansas State volleyball team lost consecutive non-conference matches, as the Wildcats dropped a five-set decision to Arkansas (25-19, 20-25, 21-25, 25-23, 11-15) on Saturday in D.J. Sokol Arena at the Creighton Classic. K-State (8-3), which lost

  • Columns | September 18, 2015

    Cameron: Chiefs were on verge of breaking curse, until… the fumble

    Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ahhhh… Life always offers up a new experience. On Thursday night, for instance, we learned the sound of nearly 80,000 people being punched in the solar plexus at the same time. Do you have a better description for that gruesome gasp that accompanied

  • Football | September 18, 2015

    K-State braces for offensive juggernaut


    The best rushing defense in the Big 12 is about to get a big test this Saturday. Louisiana Tech’s Kenneth Dixon, the eighth-best rusher in the nation, will take on the eighth-best rush defense when Kansas State hosts the Bulldogs inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

  • Football | September 18, 2015

    Wildcats look for more TDs, not FGs

    Too be clear, Bill Snyder does not have a problem with his kickers. The Kansas State football coach likes them just fine. But he never ever thinks it is OK to kick field goals in the red zone. Though three points are better than none,

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