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Powercat Gameday Panel: West Virginia

Powercat Gameday Panel: West Virginia

September 29, 20160 Comments

The Powercat Gameday Panel is back for their fourth week of fielding your questions about K-State football. Kansas State heads to Morgantown for their Big 12 opener against West Virginia Saturday at 2:30 pm CT. The crew will be broadcasting live in Morgantown at Fat Daddy’s Bar and Grill, just a short drive from the […]

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K-State rolls Missouri State

September 24, 20160 Comments

Following two hours of lightning delays, Kansas State was mercifully declared the winner at halftime of a 35-0 game Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Similar to last week’s throttling of Florida Atlantic, this matchup was over before it started. The Wildcats were sharp in all phases, scoring touchdowns on five of their first […]

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Powercat Gameday Panel: Missouri State

Powercat Gameday Panel: Missouri State

September 22, 20160 Comments

Welcome to the third installation of our weekly Powercat Gameday Panel where Powercat Gameday hosts John Kurtz, Cole Manbeck and Stanton Weber field your K-State football questions. After a dominating performance against Florida Atlantic, Kansas State looks to game three as the Wildcats host Missouri State on Saturday, September 24th at 6:10 p.m. Tune into […]

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K-State Rolls FAU

September 17, 20160 Comments

After a lackluster offensive performance in its season opener at Stanford, Kansas State wanted to prove that the Wildcats are an improved team on that side of the ball. There are still some kinks to work out, but in large part, it was a mission accomplished. K-State ran for 336 yards as a team and […]

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Powercat Gameday Panel: FAU

Powercat Gameday Panel: FAU

September 14, 20160 Comments

Week 2 of Kansas State’s football season is just around the corner and the Powercat Gameday crew is back for our second panel of the season. We want to start by thanking all the K-State faithful that made the trip to California and stopped by the Old Pro before the game to watch Powercat Gameday […]

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Inside the numbers: Stanford

Inside the numbers: Stanford

September 8, 20160 Comments

  By Cole Manbeck Let’s begin this blog with a question: If you knew the following statistics from Kansas State’s season-opener at No. 8 Stanford Friday night, and didn’t look at the final score, who would you have thought came out victorious? Stanford only had 49 offensive plays, the fewest a Cardinal team has had […]

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Powercat Gameday Panel

Powercat Gameday Panel

August 31, 20160 Comments

By Stanton Weber, Cole Manbeck and John Kurtz Welcome to the first weekly Powercat Gameday Panel, where Powercat Gameday hosts John Kurtz, Cole Manbeck, and Stanton Weber will be fielding your Twitter questions every week of football season. If you plan on making the trip to Palo Alto this weekend, join the Powercat Gameday crew […]

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Inside the numbers on the K-State offense

Inside the numbers on the K-State offense

August 29, 20160 Comments

By Cole Manbeck When you think of Kansas State’s offense, you might envision a unit that grinds out first down after first down while owning time of possession. And that’s true. The Wildcats have ranked in the top 25 nationally in time of possession in six of the past seven seasons. But just like any […]

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Powercat Gameday Road Locations 2016

Powercat Gameday Road Locations 2016

August 16, 20160 Comments

 If there’s one thing we know, it’s that the Wildcat nation loves to travel. So do we! For every road game, the Powercat Gameday crew hand selects a prime location for the K-State family to gather on Gameday, and broadcasts the show LIVE from that spot!  Below is the road game schedule, including the establishments […]

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How far does the KSU secondary have to go?

How far does the KSU secondary have to go?

August 15, 20160 Comments

By Cole Manbeck Kansas State had four players selected to the preseason All-Big 12 First-Team Defense in July, tying Oklahoma for the most individuals selected on the defensive side of the ball. So there’s plenty of reason for optimism heading into the 2016 season. There’s also reason for pessimism due to the struggles of the […]

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