Let’s be honest, November was basically a disaster for the Kansas State men’s basketball team. Thomas Gipson was hurt from the start, and the Wildcats struggled to find any sort of identity in losing their opening game to Northern Colorado. Then, looking to
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Royals fans first were disappointed on Friday night. Then they got angry. The news that caused all the fuss was veteran outfielder Carlos Beltran agreeing to a 3-year, $45 million contract with the New York Yankees. All by itself, Beltran to the Yanks
You can’t blame conference realignment for this one. No, the poor state of the Sunflower Showdown falls squarely on the two schools involved. Kansas State and Kansas need to share this epic fail. When I think of rivalries, I think Texas/Oklahoma, Nebraska/Oklahoma,
When it comes to KSHSAA’s district and playoff system for football, there’s a lot to dislike. Each team is placed in a four-team district dictated mostly by geography, making some teams travel great distances while others play teams in their own backyard. But
LAWRENCE — I’ll be honest — I don’t consider myself all that knowledgeable when it comes to the sport of cross country. But I know dominance when I see it. Saturday at Rim Rock Farm, I saw it. The Manhattan High boys’ cross country team
You can call it backup quarterback syndrome, or maybe it’s just the human nature that surrounds wanting most what you inevitably can’t have. But as the Kansas State football team has limped to a 2-3 start, with two of those losses coming by
Just about any other year, I’d be the first to say must-wins in Week 5 of the college football season might be a little premature. But that’s exactly what Kansas State is facing this week and next if the Wildcats intend to play in
Mack Brown’s team is in trouble. Through three games this season, Brown’s Texas Longhorns have allowed more than 300 rushing yards per game, ranking 121st out of 123 teams nationally. And what a coincidence, the Longhorns (1-2) have to face Kansas State on Saturday — a
If history truly does repeat itself, then Mack Brown may be without a job very soon. The longtime Texas football coach is struggling these days to explain away the Longhorns’ two straight losses they’ll carry into Saturday’s game against Kansas State in Austin.
If the loss to North Dakota State alarmed some fans two weeks ago, Saturday night’s 37-7 win over lowly UMass should put them in full-on crisis mode. Let’s start with the obvious. This defense can’t stop anybody — not for four quarters, anyway.