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  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2012

    Rodriguez sparks Cats in Weber’s debut

    Bruce Weber is always looking for something to spark his team when it comes out of the locker room. When the Wildcats came out of the locker room for the second half on Friday against North Dakota, Angel Rodriguez was the one that got it

  • Men's Basketball | November 10, 2012

    Weber already doing things different

    Kansas State is just one game into the Bruce Weber era, but it’s already clear things are going to be different. The Wildcats cruised past the mascot-less team from North Dakota on Friday, 85-52, but the cast of characters for K-State didn’t fit

  • Men's Basketball | November 08, 2012

    Cats still searching for starting lineup

    On Wednesday morning, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber asked his assistants who they thought should start Friday’s season opener against North Dakota at 8 p.m. in Bramlage Coliseum. What he got was about seven different answers. Weber, who previously said he

  • Men's Basketball | November 05, 2012

    Johnson leads Cats to 81-51 victory

    In the past month, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber struggled with the decision of whether or not to use a redshirt on freshman forward DJ Johnson. After Sunday’s exhibition game against Emporia State, Weber said the decision he made was the

  • Men's Basketball | November 04, 2012

    K-State looks to push ball vs. Hornets

    Bruce Weber said his team would look to push the ball this season. After one exhibition game, that appears true. As Kansas State goes into today’s game home against Emporia State — beginning at 1 p.m. — the Wildcats will look to solidify the lineup and

  • Men's Basketball | October 29, 2012

    Cats open season looking for starting 5

    At this point of the season, Kansas State men’s basketball coach Bruce Weber said he doesn’t have a starting five. After a three-period scrimmage before Saturday’s football game against Texas Tech, Weber said that’s what the exhibition game against Washburn and

  • Men's Basketball | October 21, 2012

    McGruder, Henriquez chasing NBA dreams


    It’s the dream of every aspiring basketball player, and it’s one that’s alive in the minds of Rodney McGruder and Jordan Henriquez. To play professional basketball. And of course all young men who want to play past their college years dream to

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    K-State seniors put focus on Big 12 title


    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Most Kansas State fans know Martavious Irving for his pregame dancing and his defensive prowess on the court. But off the court, Irving is often quiet when surrounded by the media. At the Big 12 men’s basketball media day in Kansas City

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    Huggins recalls memories in Manhattan

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s been more than five years since Bob Huggins donned a Kansas State purple sweater. But the memories of his one-year stint with the school are still fresh on his mind. Even though Frank Martin has moved on to South Carolina,

  • Men's Basketball | October 18, 2012

    Officials to put emphasis on blocks, charges this season

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — While it’s not as drastic as the NBA’s approach to “flopping,” expect to see blocks called often this season. Big 12 Coordinator of Men’s Basketball officials Curtis Shaw said officials will be putting an emphasis on blocks and charges, especially

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