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K-State Sports - Columns

  • Columns |Football | June 16, 2016

    Cameron: Baylor wrong to consider Briles’ return

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    Unthinkable. It took some considerable thought to produce the best possible word to describe the possibility that Art Briles might be reinstated as Baylor football coach in 2017 after a one-year suspension. For the record, there were plenty of other candidates in the dictionary. How about “

  • Columns |Football | May 12, 2016

    Jellison: Bill Snyder has Twitter figured out

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    So what if Bill Snyder is 76? He can still hang with the young guys. That’s what I took from the Kansas State head football coach’s decision to venture into social media with a Twitter account: he seems to have figured it all out

  • Columns | April 22, 2016

    Kinder: Nothing easy about writing this column

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    I’ve had two months to write this column, and yet here I am the night before it’s supposed to run and I’m no closer to finding the words to express what I’m thinking right now. I’ve anguished over writing a “

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 23, 2016

    Weber stays put, but for how long?

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    Monday night’s news that Brad Underwood was hired as Oklahoma State’s new coach sent Kansas State fans into a frenzy on social media. The idea that K-State athletic director John Currie would have a sudden change of heart and axe men’s basketball

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | March 10, 2016

    Guggisberg: Young Cats still learning to avoid complacency

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As I often do at halftime of any game I’m covering, I sat in my chair along press row at the Sprint Center in Kansas City pondering what sort of angle I might take in the story I would soon be

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

    Guggisberg: K-State officials bungle handling of sportsmanship initiative

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    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

  • Columns |Men's Basketball | February 05, 2016

    Cameron: 3-point shot making game ‘a bit of a bore’

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    Confession: I’m a hypocrite. For instance, I kept banging the TV remote on Wednesday night, first intending to stick with the Cats’ game at Kansas — but then finding it impossible to resist routine peeks at the Golden State Warriors’ game against Washington. I mean,

  • Columns |General Activities | January 07, 2016

    Cameron: OK, we called this one

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Journalists who go out on a limb and get a story exactly correct when the whole world seems to be saying the opposite, well… We try to remain relaxed and humble about it. But we aren’t. Hell, no, we throw our

  • Columns |General Activities | December 17, 2015

    Cameron: Free agency leaves Royals with tough decisions

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dillon Gee. Never mind who he is for a moment. Instead, consider the panic he’s caused. Despite back-to-back World Series appearances and winning the whole enchilada last season, Royals fans are frightened. Maybe it comes from two decades in the wilderness —

  • Columns |Football | December 02, 2015

    Seaton: Don’t expect Sean Snyder as next coach

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    As soon as I tell anyone I’m from Manhattan, nine times out of 10 the conversation goes like this: “Sure is amazing what Bill Snyder has done. Is he going to keep coaching?” And then: “Are they going to hire his son to take over

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