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K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | March 04, 2016

    K-State wraps regular season at Tech

    Things got weird the last time Kansas State traveled to Lubbock, Texas. As the Wildcats warmed up before the game, news broke that leading scorer Marcus Foster had been suspended. Then, before tipoff, a plane crash in the area caused a blackout throughout the United

  • Men's Basketball | March 03, 2016

    Cats send off seniors with 79-54 rout


    It couldn’t have played out any better for Kansas State senior Brian Rohleder. As the final seconds of the first half ticked away on Wednesday, K-State’s Wesley Iwundu lost the handle on the ball and then dribbled through a crowd of TCU players

  • Men's Basketball | March 02, 2016

    Hard work pays off for Rohleder

    No matter when it is, when Brian Rohleder enters a game in Bramlage Coliseum, the crowd erupts. When Rohleder is celebrated as one of three Kansas State seniors playing in his final regular-season home game tonight, the ovation for the guard might be as loud

  • Men's Basketball | February 28, 2016

    ISU pulls away in 2nd half to beat Cats


    AMES, Iowa — Kansas State played good basketball for 24 minutes on Saturday. But the Wildcats were unable to survive a big run midway through the second half and 17th-ranked Iowa State stormed to an 80-61 victory on at Hilton Coliseum. K-State (15-14, 4-12 Big 12) rallied back

  • Men's Basketball | February 26, 2016

    Cats prep for Niang, Iowa State


    Even though this Saturday is the only time the Kansas State men’s basketball team plays at No. 17 Iowa State, the Wildcat coaching staff might be taking another trip to Ames, Iowa, this spring. For four years, K-State coach Bruce Weber has had to coach

  • Men's Basketball | February 23, 2016

    Texas holds off Wildcats at the end

    Down one, Dean Wade caught the ball, hesitated and then fired up a shot in the closing seconds against No. 25 Texas. Wade’s shot missed and Kansas State lost 71-70 to the Longhorns on Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum. Kansas State’s Dean Wade tries

  • Men's Basketball | February 22, 2016

    K-State turns focus to Texas


    Just two days after Kansas State’s comeback fell short against Kansas at home, the Wildcats have to hit the hardwood again tonight against Texas. But asked what his mindset was after the Kansas game, senior forward Justin Edwards made it clear he’d moved

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | February 21, 2016

    Guggisberg: K-State officials bungle handling of sportsmanship initiative


    Kansas State president Kirk Schulz and athletic director John Currie both have children, so they should know better. What’s the fastest way to make sure a crowd of teens and 20-somethings repeatedly shout expletives at their in-state rival? Tell them they can’t. And

  • Men's Basketball | February 21, 2016

    Wildcats’ comeback falls short vs. Kansas

    After 25 minutes, it looked like Kansas State was going to get run out of its own gym. But trailing No. 2 Kansas by 17 points, the Wildcats charged back to pull within three points in the final three minutes. The comeback was all for naught, though, as

  • Men's Basketball | February 19, 2016

    Cats have not forgotten about late Greene dunk

    Kansas State has plenty of motivation for Saturday’s game against Kansas. The Jayhawks come to Bramlage Coliseum as the No. 2 team in the country, playing on a floor they’ve lost two straight and facing a K-State team with its back firmly against the

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