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  • Volleyball | September 12, 2015

    K-State vball sweeps Seattle

    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The Kansas State volleyball team earned its fourth sweep of the year, behind three players reaching double-figures in kills, as the Wildcats beat Seattle, 3-0 (25-22, 25-20, 25-23, on Saturday at Alumni Memorial Gym. The Wildcats swept Middle Tennessee State 25-12, 25-22, 25-18

  • Football | September 12, 2015

    Wildcats slow Roadrunners to a crawl and earn 30-3 victory at Alamodome

    SAN ANTONIO — Joe Hubener started for the first time and running back Justin Silmon scored his first-career touchdown, but it was a play from linebacker Will Davis that was the story of the game. With Kansas State leading by four late in the second quarter,

  • Football | September 11, 2015

    K-State braces for up-tempo UTSA


    Wile E. Coyote was quick, but he was always more methodical in his decisions. In contrast, the Roadrunner always used his speed and wits to outsmart the poor Coyote, leaving him in the dust. Going from playing South Dakota to UTSA will be a similar

  • Football | September 11, 2015

    Hubener takes improbable road to becoming K-State’s starting QB

    Joe Hubener waited a long time for this opportunity. The Kansas State junior has waited longer than most, in fact, having never started a game at quarterback at any level. All that changes Saturday when Hubener leads the Wildcats into San Antonio against UTSA at

  • Golf | September 11, 2015

    Wildcats Kick Off Fall Slate at Rod Myers Invitational

    The Kansas State men’s golf team opens its fall season this weekend as the Wildcats will compete in the sixth-annual Rod Myers Invitational, Saturday and Sunday, at the par-72, 7,154-yard Duke University Golf Club in Durham, North Carolina. Play will begin with 36 holes on

  • Football | September 11, 2015

    Pitt and West Virginia to renew Backyard Brawl in 2022

    PITTSBURGH — The Backyard Brawl is back on. Pittsburgh and West Virginia agreed to renew one of the oldest rivalries in college football on Thursday, signing a four-game series beginning in 2022. Pitt will host West Virginia in 2022 and 2024, with the Panthers traveling south in 2023 and 2025. The

  • Volleyball | September 10, 2015

    Sassin taking control for Wildcats


    Before this season, Brooke Sassin had never played six rotations on a volleyball team. Now, the Kansas State junior is doing it all, and taking on the role as Kansas State’s go-to player. In volleyball, a rotation is referred to as the clockwise movement

  • Football | September 10, 2015

    Young Risner ready to lead offensive line

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    More than 50,000 fans cheered emphatically as Morgan Burns returned the opening kick off Saturday evening for a 100-yard touchdown to open the season against the South Dakota Coyotes. Burns’ teammates were cheering him on too, though perhaps not all for the same reasons. In the

  • Football | September 09, 2015

    Silmon making most of opportunities


    All Justin Silmon needed was a chance. Then it was up to the redshirt freshman to make the most of that chance. The running back did just that on Saturday, rushing for a team-best 51 yards on six carries in Kansas State’s 34-0 victory over

  • Football | September 09, 2015

    K-State announces next football stadium project


    On the heels of this past weekend’s dedication and grand opening of the $68 million Vanier Family Football Complex, Kansas State Athletics officially announced on Wednesday the public campaign for the next step in the transformation of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.  When completed, the $15

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