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Gipson, Foster Lead Cats Past UMKC

November 18, 20140 Comments

Thomas Gipson scored 21 points and Marcus Foster added 16 with most of his production coming from four three-point baskets as Kansas State rallied from a 10-point first half deficit to defeat UMKC 83-73 in the opening game of the EA Sports Maui Invitational played Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum. The Kangaroos came into the […]

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Cats Open Season With Rout

November 15, 20140 Comments

Nigel Johnson scored 18 points to lead six Kansas State players in double figures as the Wildcats rolled to a 98-68 season-opening victory over Southern Utah before an announced crowd of 12,405 Friday night at Bramlage Coliseum. The game was back and forth in the first five minutes with Southern Utah using the three-point basket […]

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Cats Drill Pokes, TCU Next

November 2, 20140 Comments

Jake Waters passed for 223 yards and two touchdowns and the Kansas State defense turned in another solid performance as the 9th-ranked Wildcats overcame an early Oklahoma State touchdown and ran the Cowboys off the field in a 48-14 trouncing before 53,746 Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Oklahoma State needed just eight plays […]

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K-State’s Passing Game Shines at West Virginia

November 24, 20140 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   Kansas State’s running game showed its futility once again at West Virginia. But the real story from Thursday night is what the Wildcats managed to do in the passing game despite the non-existence of a running attack.   The Mountaineers entered Thursday night’s game with the 17th-best pass efficiency defense in […]

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Lack of Run Game Dooms K-State

November 10, 20140 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   The headline of this blog speaks to Kansas State’s inability to run the football in a 41-20 loss at TCU on Saturday. And it’s true. Also true is the fact that K-State didn’t try to establish the run early, making it easy for the Horned Frogs stout defense to pin their […]

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Breaking Down the Big 12’s Biggest Game to Date

Breaking Down the Big 12’s Biggest Game to Date

November 4, 20140 Comments

By Cole Manbeck There’s a lot of information to digest in the following blog, so let’s get right to it. The biggest game of the Big 12 season, to date, occurs Saturday night when No. 9 Kansas State travels to No. 7 TCU. And spoiler alert: it’s a game I believe the Wildcats win. Turnovers […]

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“The Game” Podcast 11/12/14

November 12, 2014

Tyler’s three takeaways from the TCU game. Mitch Holthus in hour 1. Cole Manbeck, Around College Football and You Can’t Be Serious all in hour 2.

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Hubener in the Wildcat Could Happen

November 11, 20140 Comments

Coach Snyder and Joe Hubener discuss the possibility of using Hubener in a wildcat package.

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“The Game” Podcast 11/11/14

November 11, 2014

Should Joe Hubener run the football more? Should TCU or Baylor be ranking higher? Get Fit to end hour 1. Good bowl possibilities still available for K-State. You Can’t Be Serious will wrap things up.

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