K-State Sports - Men's Basketball

  • Men's Basketball | February 10, 2013

    K-State edges ISU with scrappy effort

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    The 13th-ranked Kansas State men’s basketball team had no problems scoring points Saturday night in its 79-70 win against Iowa State in Bramlage Coliseum. Many of those points, though, came from the result of scrappy defensive play – especially in the second half. The Wildcats

  • Triangulate |Men's Basketball | February 09, 2013

    My Last Goodbye - to Lee Doyen

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    Lee Doyen, 91, of Concordia died February 2, 2013.  Lee was a Kansas State basketball letterman who enrolled at KSAC (Kansas State Agricultural College) now Kansas State University in the fall of 1939- and graduated in 1944 (the year I was born) with a bachelor’s degree in

  • Men's Basketball | February 08, 2013

    Cyclones, Wildcats in thick of race

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    When Kansas lost 62-55 at TCU on Wednesday, much of the nation was left in shock. Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber, who’s team is now tied for first in the Big 12 with the Jayhawks, didn’t watch a second of the game. But

  • Men's Basketball | February 07, 2013

    K-State has tough road coming up

    Immediately after beating Texas Tech 68-59, Kansas State was focused on its next two games. On Saturday, the Wildcats will host Iowa State, followed by a road trip at Kansas on Monday. K-State coach Bruce Weber said he knows it’s an important part of

  • Men's Basketball | February 06, 2013

    Cats drop Tech for third straight win

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    LUBBOCK, Texas — By the first timeout of the second half, Bruce Weber had seen enough. The Kansas State coach ripped into his team during a media timeout after the Wildcats let their eight-point halftime lead slip away in the first three-and-a-half minutes of the second

  • Men's Basketball | February 05, 2013

    Tech coach complimentary of Weber

    LUBBOCK, Texas — For Texas Tech coach Chris Walker, it’s harder to find something not to like about Kansas State. The Red Raiders’ coach was complimentary of the work done by Kansas State coach Bruce Weber during Monday’s Big 12 coaches’ teleconference. “I think the

  • Men's Basketball | February 04, 2013

    Weber’s play-hard chart pushes Cats

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    Legendary Oklahoma State coach Eddie Sutton wanted his team to play hard, to do all the little things to win games. More than scoring points. It’s about doing everything else — the things often taken for granted. It’s something that stuck with Gene Keady

  • Men's Basketball | February 04, 2013

    K-State can’t afford letdown at Tech

    There are few teams in college basketball with the type of problems Texas Tech has dealt with this season. Amid health concerns and allegations of player mistreatment, coach Billy Gillispie resigned a month into the fall semester. In his place, the Red Raiders gave interim

  • Men's Basketball | February 03, 2013

    Wildcats hold on for ugly win

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    NORMAN, Okla. — Angel Rodriguez knew what he needed to do. After Oklahoma used an 8-0 run to tie the game at 50 against No. 18 Kansas State, the sophomore guard knew Wildcats’ coach Bruce Weber wasn’t going to use a timeout, so he did what he

  • Triangulate |Men's Basketball | February 01, 2013

    Ray Wauthier and the “Tiger” Connection- A Champion For Civil Rights

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    Ray Wauthier died Tuesday at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Center here in Manhattan.  He was 91.  He was my major professor while I was getting my Master’s Degree at Kansas State in 1968.  I last saw him during June of 2012 when former basketball


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