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Column: K-State fans find odd unity within basketball program’s struggles

Column: K-State fans find odd unity within basketball program’s struggles

February 23, 20170 Comments

For the first time in five years, Kansas State basketball fans appear to be in sync. Bruce Weber, so far as anyone can tell right now, is not going to return the Wildcats to national prominence. Reaching that conclusion took longer for some fans than others. But this isn’t about finger-pointing or I-told-you-so’s. For my […]

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TCU clips K-State in OT; Wildcats’ skid reaches 3 games

February 2, 20170 Comments

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — JD Miller scored 18 points, Vladimir Brodziansky had 17 and Kenrich Williams hit two 3-pointers in overtime as TCU defeated Kansas State 86-80 on Wednesday night. Williams opened the overtime scoring with a 3-pointer and his big shot with 1:48 to play after a trey by KSU’s Xavier Sneed made it […]

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K-State beats No. 7 West Virginia, 79-75

January 21, 20170 Comments

Four days ago, Kansas State was still searching for a quality road win and a signature win for its NCAA Tournament resume. In just two games, both boxes have been checked. The Wildcats overcame a 12-point first half deficit and topped No. 7 West Virginia, 79-75, Saturday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum. “This is a big […]

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Wade, defense lift K-State over Texas in Big 12 opener

January 3, 20170 Comments

From the first day Dean Wade stepped on Kansas State’s campus, Bruce Weber insisted that Wade was one of the Big 12’s best players “when he wants to be good.” In Friday night’s conference opener against Texas, Wade wanted to be good. The sophomore forward scored 18 points, helping K-State to a 65-62 victory over […]

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K-State holds off A&M for Texas Bowl victory

December 29, 20160 Comments

They don’t give out a trophy for beating all five of Texas’ major college football programs. A Texas Bowl Champions trophy will be sufficient, however. Led by game MVP Jesse Ertz, Kansas State knocked off Texas A&M, 33-28, in Wednesday night’s Advocare V100 Texas Bowl to finish its season 9-4. “This team epitomized what this […]

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Powercat Gameday Panel Awards

Powercat Gameday Panel Awards

December 28, 20160 Comments

K-State concludes the 2016 season in the Texas Bowl. The Cats face off against the Aggies of Texas A&M in Houston on Wednesday the 28th at 8:00 p.m. Come join the @PowercatGameday crew before the game at @3rdFloorHouston for the live broadcast of the biggest pregame show in the Big 12 starting at 4 p.m. […]

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Powercat Gameday Texas Bowl Headquarters

Powercat Gameday Texas Bowl Headquarters

December 8, 20160 Comments

The ‘Cats are going bowling again, and so is Powercat Gameday! Your Advocare V100 Texas Bowl Game Headquarters will be at 3rd Floor in Houston! 3rd Floor is a totally unique Houston location, featuring 3rd floor patio views of the Downtown Houston Skyline, conveniently close to downtown, and just a short drive to NRG stadium […]

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K-State runs past TCU to 8-4

December 3, 20160 Comments

For a Kansas State offense that has battled inconsistency all season, there were reasons to believe Saturday’s finale at TCU would be a struggle. Poor weather conditions. No Alex Barnes. Those factors didn’t bother the Wildcats one bit in a 30-6 victory in Fort Worth. K-State’s Jesse Ertz and Justin Silmon ran the ball as […]

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Powercat Gameday Panel: TCU

Powercat Gameday Panel: TCU

December 2, 20160 Comments

Welcome to another installation of the Powercat Gameday panel, where we answer your questions about K-State football. The regular season finale sends K-State to Fort Worth, TX to face the TCU Horn Frogs. As always, Powercat Gameday will be on the road broadcasting live at the place to be for K-State fans making the road […]

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Snyder gets 200 wins as K-State tops Kansas

November 26, 20160 Comments

Bill Snyder is still waiting for his team to put together a “complete” football game. His wait to make history, however, is over. Big plays from Kansas State’s defense led the way in the Wildcats’ 34-19 victory over rival Kansas Saturday, giving Snyder his 200th win as a coach. “I probably don’t sound like I’m […]

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