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  • Football | November 11, 2014

    KSU lands 3-star LB

    The Kansas State football program picked up a significant verbal commitment on Monday when three-star linebacker Mohamed Barry announced his intention to sign with the Wildcats via Twitter, de-committing from Wisconsin. Barry, who visited Manhattan two weeks ago during the Wildcats’ 48-14 victory over Oklahoma

  • Football | November 10, 2014

    K-State drops to No. 13 in both polls


    Coming off a 41-20 loss at TCU on Saturday, the Kansas State football dropped to No. 13 in both the Associated Press and Coaches polls on Sunday. The Horned Frogs moved up to No. 5 in both polls, while Baylor — which routed Oklahoma 48-14 in Norman — climbed

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2014

    Shorthanded Cats win exhibition


    For a Kansas State team that was down a few players, everything seemed to go according to script in the opening minutes of the Wildcats exhibition with Washburn in Bramlage Coliseum. But after the Wildcats jumped out to a 12-1 lead, the Ichabods climbed right

  • Football | November 10, 2014

    Nelson has big night in Pack win over Bears

    Jordy Nelson caught two of Aaron Rodgers’ six first-half touchdown passes on Sunday night in a 55-14 win over the Chicago Bears. Nelson was Rodgers’ top target as the Packers racked up a 42-0 lead in the first half. The former All-American caught six passes

  • Football | November 09, 2014

    Backup RB Green runs wild in TCU win

    FORT WORTH, Texas — It wasn’t supposed to be this way. When the news broke Friday afternoon that TCU starter B.J. Catalon was ruled out for the showdown between the No. 9 Wildcats and No. 6 Horned Frogs, many looked at it as a sign that

  • Football | November 09, 2014

    K-State has no answer for TCU, Boykin in loss


    FORT WORTH, Texas — Maybe Trevone Boykin will remember Kansas State in his Heisman acceptance speech next month. It was that kind of night for TCU’s star quarterback, who burned the ninth-ranked Wildcats on the ground and through the air — seemingly doing whatever he wanted

  • Men's Basketball | November 09, 2014

    Banged up K-State to take on Washburn

    When the Kansas State men’s basketball team takes on Washburn today, it’s hard to say how many players coach Bruce Weber will have available to play in the exhibition. With injuries taking players out of the mix, the Wildcats have had some memories

  • Volleyball | November 09, 2014

    No. 22 K-State falls in four sets at No. 5 Texas

    AUSTIN, Texas — The No. 22 Kansas State volleyball team won the first set against No. 5 Texas, but the Longhorns captured the final three to win the top-25 matchup in Gregory Gym on Friday, 3-1 (16-25, 25-15, 25-21, 25-16). The Wildcats (20-5, 7-4 Big 12) hit over .400 to

  • Equestrian | November 09, 2014

    K-State takes down Cowgirls in final home event

    The No. 2 K-State equestrian team sustained its home winning streak on Saturday evening at Timbercreek Stables, defeating the Oklahoma State Cowgirls, 12-7. The Wildcats have now won 15 consecutive meets dating back to last season and will hold their No. 2 ranking — the highest in school history —

  • Women's Basketball | November 09, 2014

    Wildcats ready to lean on 6-foot-5 Lewis


    Jeff Mittie lights up when he talks about Bre Lewis, and for good reason. The new women’s basketball coach sees the 6-foot-5 post as the cornerstone to the program he’s trying to build at Kansas State. “She is just a player that has

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