Wednesday, November 25, 2015

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  • Football | November 04, 2015

    K-State working to move past recent offensive woes


    It’s anyone’s guess how many points it may take to beat second-ranked Baylor. So far, no team has discovered that magic number, as the undefeated Bears stroll into Manhattan for a primetime matchup Thursday with battered and bruised Kansas State. A safe assumption

  • Football | November 04, 2015

    Freshman QB Stidham to make first start for Baylor


    Baylor is 7-0 with the best offense in the country and an early favorite to get into the College Football Playoff at the end of the season. But the Bears accomplished all of that with quarterback Seth Russell, who suffered a season-ending neck injury in

  • Women's Basketball | November 03, 2015

    Cats use big run to get past Washburn

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team used a decisive third-quarter run to erase its slow start Monday night and coast to an easy, 75-48, victory over Washburn in the Wildcats’ exhibition opener at Bramlage Coliseum. “I was pleased with the second half and I

  • Football | November 03, 2015

    Walsh named Ray Guy Award candidate

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    Kansas State sophomore punter Nick Walsh has been named one of 79 candidates nationally for the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top collegiate punter, the Augusta Sports Council has announced. Walsh’s candidacy is the fifth in K-State history and the first since Mark

  • Volleyball | November 03, 2015

    Flowers earns Big 12 weekly honor

    Kansas State volleyball player Macy Flowers was named Big 12 Co-Rookie of the Week on Monday after being the only freshman to rank among the conference’s top 10 in both hitting percentage and kills per set last week. Flowers shared the weekly honor with TCU’s

  • Women's Basketball | October 31, 2015

    Wesemann feeling more comfortable


    No Wildcat has played more minutes in the last two years than Kindred Wesemann, and she’s only going into her junior season. The Kansas State point guard says she “feels like she’s been here forever.” With 41 career starts — including 32 last season — Wesemann has

  • Volleyball | October 31, 2015

    Wildcats upend TCU

    After opening October with a rough five-set loss to TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, the Wildcats ended the month with a Halloween victory over the Horned Frogs in four sets (25-23, 25-17, 21-25, 25-22) Saturday night at Ahearn Field House. The win gave the Wildcats

  • Men's Basketball | October 31, 2015

    Iwundu leads Cats to exhibition win over Hornets


    Behind a 17-point performance from Wesley Iwundu, the Kansas State men’s basketball team made quick work of Emporia State on Friday, topping the Hornets 80-42 in Bramlage Coliseum. In the first of two exhibition games this season, the Wildcats shot 50 percent from the field

  • Columns |General Activities | October 29, 2015

    Cameron: Now, we start playing by the NL’s rules

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So far it’s been golden. Two games, two wins. But now the World Series moves to New York, and an entirely new phase. Let’s call it… hmm… How about the Stupidity Series? Yep, this is the part where they change

  • Men's Basketball | October 29, 2015

    K-State will test lineup, new rules in exhibition

    By now, the story of the Kansas State men’s basketball program’s offseason transformation — via transfers and dismissals — has become a broken record. But finally, the Wildcats can turn the page on last season and begin anew this Friday when they host Emporia State

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