It’s been a long time since the Kansas State basketball team didn’t have to grind out to the finish of a game. But on Saturday, the Wildcats’ fortunes finally changed. With a strong defensive performance and three players in double figures, K-State beat
After the applause died down and Tex Winter turned around to see the limestone marker emblazoned with his name, there was a smile and a sound of surprise that escaped the former Kansas State coach. On Saturday, K-State held a short ceremony to dedicate the
Junior guard Justin Edwards said Saturday he’s learned to simply relax and let the game come to him. The transfer from Maine, who sat out last season, has probably been knocking some rust off, too. Edwards was zen in the second half Saturday afternoon
By now, January 3 probably feels like a long time ago. That was the day Kansas State opened the Big 12 schedule with a crushing, 61-47 loss at Oklahoma State, the Wildcats’ third straight defeat. Marcus Foster hardly played that day, and when he did, he gave
Kansas State will celebrate the accomplishments of legendary coach Fred “Tex” Winter on Saturday with the dedication of the drive leading to the Wildcats’ Basketball Training Facility in his name. Winter will join another K-State coaching legend, Jack Hartman, with having a drive at the
AMES, Iowa — With less than four minutes to play and the game tied at 69, Kansas State’s Marcus Foster got a long rebound and ran up the court, dishing it to Jevon Thomas for what looked like an easy layup. But Iowa State’s Abdel
AMES, Iowa — For just the fourth time this season, Kansas State seniors Thomas Gipson and Nino Williams scored in double figures on the same night. Gipson and Williams combined for their highest total on Tuesday, adding 37 points in the Wildcats’77-71 loss at Iowa State.
Kansas State freshman Malek Harris showed signs that he’s getting his feet under him at the Big 12 level Saturday for the Wildcats. Harris — a Rivals.com 4-star recruit — had four points, two rebounds and an assist in just nine minutes of play during K-State’
In the past three weeks, things have changed like the wind for the Kansas State men’s basketball team. First, there was the three-game losing streak after Christmas that dropped the Wildcats to 7-7. But since then, K-State has won four straight games, including wins
At halftime, the game felt over. No matter what Kansas State did in the first half against No. 22 Baylor, the Bears had an answer. After a huge run to come back in the second half, the Wildcats hung on to win 63-61 on Saturday at
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