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  • Baseball | March 30, 2016

    Cats snap losing skid with blowout win

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    It wouldn’t seem like a win against an average Omaha team would mean so much more to the Kansas State baseball than any other win. But when that win ends a seven-game losing streak, the 11-3 victory Tuesday night at Tointon Family Stadium seemed

  • Football | March 26, 2016

    Ex-KSU safety struggles to keep mind right after football

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    DANVILLE, Calif. — Jarrod Cooper has every right to despise football. Playing the game for almost half his life has left the former Kansas State safety dealing with severe migraines, depression, seizures and cognitive dysfunctions associated with multiple concussions from the sport he still loves. Cooper’

  • Baseball | March 26, 2016

    OSU sweeps K-State with 5-4 victory

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    Kansas State fought back to give itself a chance to win late in Saturday’s game against No. 19 Oklahoma State. But the comeback ultimately fell short. The Wildcats scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth and forced extra innings, but the Cowboys took

  • Equestrian | March 26, 2016

    K-State downed in consolation bracket

    STILLWATER, Okla. — The No. 8 Kansas State equestrian team fought until the final rides, as they faced a No. 6 TCU on Saturday, falling in the Big 12 consolation bracket in a 11-8 loss at Totusek Arena. The Wildcats took home fourth place in the Big 12 Championships in

  • Baseball | March 25, 2016

    Cowboys deal K-State fifth straight loss

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    On two different occasions on Thursday night, Kansas State had a runner at third base with one out. Both times, the Wildcats came up empty. K-State allowed two runs and couldn’t get one of its own until the eighth as it fell to No. 19

  • Baseball | March 24, 2016

    Cats open Big 12 vs. Oklahoma State

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    Kansas State is in a rut and now it’s looking to turn things around in Big 12 Conference play. The Wildcats dropped their fourth straight game in a 5-4 loss to Creighton on Tuesday — their fifth in the last six contests. As K-State (11-10) prepares

  • Football | March 24, 2016

    K-State football names 2016 player representatives

    Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder named the 12 members of the team that will serve as player representatives for the 2016 season, in an announcement Wednesday. Dante Barnett, Deante Burton, Jesse Ertz, Joe Hubener, Charles Jones, Elijah Lee, Matthew McCrane, Dalton Risner, Trent Tanking, Dayton

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 23, 2016

    Weber stays put, but for how long?

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    Monday night’s news that Brad Underwood was hired as Oklahoma State’s new coach sent Kansas State fans into a frenzy on social media. The idea that K-State athletic director John Currie would have a sudden change of heart and axe men’s basketball

  • Baseball | March 23, 2016

    K-State falls short in 5-4 loss to Creighton

    OMAHA, Neb. - Kansas State scored a run in each of the seventh and eighth innings, but it could not complete the comeback attempt on Tuesday as the Wildcats lost their fourth straight game with a 5-4 decision against Creighton at TD Ameritrade Park. The

  • Equestrian | March 23, 2016

    13 Wildcats named Academic All-Big 12

    IRVING, Texas. — The Kansas State equestrian team had 13 riders named to the Academic All-Big 12 Equestrian team in an announcement by the conference on Tuesday. The Wildcats had 11 first team selections and two second team selections. Senior Nicholle Hatton, juniors Henley Adkins, Sydney Anson, Gretchen Koenen,

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