The Chicago Bears announced on Sunday they were parting ways with linebackers coach Tim Tibesar. Tibesar formerly served as defensive coordinator under Ron Prince at Kansas State from 2007-08, after serving one season as special teams coach in 2006.
The Rock Creek wrestling team traveled to Burlington on Saturday with a new look to its team. After wrestling the first semester without three seniors — Marc Reiss Justin Ward, and Jesse Correll — all were back on the mat this last weekend. Rock Creek jumped out
Former K-State basketball player Cartier Martin signed a 10-day contract with the Chicago Bulls this past Friday. Martin made his debut for the Bulls in a win on Saturday, scoring 12 points and making 2 of 3 from behind the arc in 26 minutes. Martin started the season with
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team went on the road Saturday and defeated Baptist Bible College, 87-65. MCC got off to a strong start and opened up a 23-13 lead midway through the first half. Baptist Bible, however, put together an 18-6 run
Monday, January 13, 2014 9:00 – BCF 9:00 Ader, Adam Status (13 CR 678 Battery) JJC III 9:00 Alexander, Charles D Status (13 CR 721 Battery LEO) JJC III 9:00 Avila, Alejandro Status (02 CR 743 Agg. Battery) BKD III 9:00 Bates, Marcus PLEA (13 CR 497
Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency (ATA Bus) wants a bigger pile of money from the federal government, but can’t do it alone. After Manhattan was designated a metropolitan area, ATA Bus qualified to receive urban public transportation funds. However, those funds can only be
Mike Lewis saw his first K-State/KU basketball matchup in 1965, after waiting in the snow to catch his bus from Manhattan to Lawrence. After the game, he arrived back in Manhattan at 5 a.m., finished his paper route and went to church with his family.
LAWRENCE — Same old, same old. Nothing new to see here. Move on. For the sixth straight time, the No. 18 Kansas Jayhawks pounded No. 25 Kansas State on Saturday. And for the eighth straight time, they did it in Allen Fieldhouse. (Kansas State point guard Jevon Thomas
NORMAN, Okla. — Trailing by just five at the half, the Kansas State women’s basketball team was unable to overcome a 16-6 run by Oklahoma to begin the second half, as the Wildcats lost for the fourth straight time on Saturday night, 61-50. The Wildcats (6
LAWRENCE — Time after time, year after year, this is what happens to Kansas State inside Allen Fieldhouse. While K-State has seen teams more rich with talent come into this building and come home with their tails between their legs, this year’s matchup offered some
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