Only one team in the all of Division-I basketball has been worse at the stripe than the Wildcats. But not Sunday. Not when it counted the most.
Kathy Voecks, resident scenic designer at Kansas State University, guided a group of the willing Saturday during a scenic art workshop.
A lot of time as passed since Bre Lewis’ breakout game against Gardner last March.
While the game itself is the main event, the week leading up to the Alamo Bowl was full of activities for fans and players.
On this night, much of K-State’s energy on offense came via what the Wildcats were doing on defense, as the Wildcats used some old-fashioned basketball larceny to steal their way to a 68-53 victory.
Manhattan was hit with 3.6 inches of snowfall Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
K-State, which has now won six straight to start the season, struggled to pull away all night — never leading by more than eight in the first half and only leading by three with four minutes to go.
Bill Snyder Family Stadium has experienced no shortage of change the last few years, and that change continues with the demolition of Vanier Football Complex starting Sunday.
The Wildcats (5-0) shot 31 percent from the field — seven percent (1-13) from behind the arc — while posting more than a two-to-one advantage on free-throw attempts and making just 14 of 29 from the line.
While many visitors enjoy going to Sunset Zoo to look at animals on a nice day, it’s a year-round labor of love for the team of zookeepers. They get their hands dirty cleaning up after and caring for the animals day in and day out. Here’s a look at the work that goes into making meals, cleaning exhibit areas and keeping the animals physically healthy.
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