Avoiding their first 0-2 start since 1989, the Wildcats eased to a 48-27 victory over Louisiana on Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Still riding the wave of its 1970s and 1980s successes, the rock band Foreigner has provided an outlet for classic rock lovers for nearly 40 years. The band will perform in McCain Auditorium Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
Wamego quarterback Kyler Alderson threw for 298 yards and four touchdowns Friday as the Red Raiders routed Rock Creek 34-0, in a performance that had the home fans singing “Happy Trails,” as the game came to a close.
On a recent trip to London, I was introduced to Pimm’s Cup, a staple at Wimbledon. If you’ve never had one, it’s wonderfully refreshing, with Pimm’s No. 1 (a low-alcohol gin-based liquor), lemonade or lemon soda, and, typically, strawberries, cucumber, orange and mint.
Melin said his goal wasn’t to win, but more to have fun and experience the art of air guitar on the world stage, but much to his surprise, Melin got really good scores for the first round.
The Bison made the most of their chance against K-State in the fourth quarter, using an 18-play, 80-yard drive that spanned 8:30, culminating with a 1-yard sneak from quarterback Brock Jensen that gave North Dakota State the lead with 28 seconds left.
During a tour Friday with K-State Athletics Director John Currie, workers were still hurrying to put the finishing touches on the building, moving furniture, hooking up video equipment and adding a powercat here and there. But essentially, the structure is finished.
Colbert Charity Classic tournament director Bernie Haney said the weather conditions this summer have helped the Colbert staff get the course back to where they want it to be. And he said it made for a great week for the players and volunteers.
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