Tuesday, December 1, 2015

K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | January 06, 2015

    Weber says K-State can right skid

    Kansas State coach Bruce Weber isn’t hiding from the fact his team is struggling. But he’s not ready to give up his positive outlook on the rest of the season. The Wildcats are 7-7 now after losing three straight games last week, starting

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | January 05, 2015

    K-State men spiraling out of control


    Back in December, I wrote that the Kansas State men’s basketball team didn’t need to hit the panic button yet. Now it feels like that’s well overdue for the Wildcats. K-State is now 7-7 this season after dropping three straight games, and

  • Men's Basketball | January 05, 2015

    K-State hoops legend Jack Parr dies at 78

    One of the best basketball players in Kansas State history, Jack Parr, died at his home on Sunday in Lindsborg. Parr, whose No. 33 was retired in 2005 as part of the first class, was a member of K-State’s 10-player All-Century team and still holds the

  • Men's Basketball | January 02, 2015

    Cats lose tight one to Georgia


    Every team wants to get on the right track before conference play begins. But Kansas State will head into Big 12 play this weekend sliding off the rails and looking for something to go its way. The Wildcats dropped their second straight game on Wednesday, losing

  • Men's Basketball | December 30, 2014

    Cats look to bounce back vs. Georgia

    Thomas Gipson didn’t have many words for Sunday’s 58-56 loss to Texas Southern. The Wildcats allowed the Tigers to score six points in the final three seconds of the game, while missing six free throws in the final 1:10 to lose their first December

  • Men's Basketball | December 29, 2014

    Tigers slip past K-State at buzzer

    The final three seconds were right out of a Hollywood script. With Kansas State leading 56-52, Texas Southern’s Tonnie Collier launched a 3-pointer and was fouled by Wildcat point guard Jevon Thomas with three seconds left in the game. Six points later, the Tigers

  • Men's Basketball | December 28, 2014

    K-State hosts pesky Texas Southern

    For those waiting to see Kansas State play Texas A&M on TV last Saturday, the first few minutes were interrupted by the Wildcats’ next opponent. While the Aggies and Wildcats were underway, Texas Southern was taking No. 25 Michigan State into overtime, on the

  • Football |Men's Basketball |Women's Basketball |Baseball |Equestrian |Manhattan High School | December 28, 2014

    The Mercury’s top sports stories of 2014

    Lockett has record-breaking year Tyler Lockett could arguably be the best football player in Kansas State history. The wide receiver certainly has the numbers to make the case, especially after a record-breaking senior season in which the youngest of the Lockett family to wear purple

  • Men's Basketball | December 21, 2014

    K-State outlasts A&M comeback

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Even with a less-than-dominant ending, Bruce Weber was upbeat following Kansas State’s 71-64 win over Texas A&M in its annual neutral-court holiday game at the Sprint Center. The Wildcats never trailed and led by double digits for most of

  • Men's Basketball | December 19, 2014

    Wildcats leaning big on Williams


    When Nino Williams came to Kansas State, it was often difficult to imagine just what his role would be with the Wildcats. He was an undersized forward at 6-foot-5, and an early experiment as a guard didn’t go all that well. But fast-forward to

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