K-State baseball opens conference play at Texas tonight. No doubt, KU is the best team in the tournament. Oklahoma State has hired a new basketball coach. Why Chris Mack should stay at Xavier. Plus, we play the Match Game and You Can’t Be Serious.
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By Tyler Dreiling If there is a remedy for Kansas State to resurrect its quickly deteriorating season, playing the Baylor Bears was probably not it. Paced by true freshman Jarrett Stidham’s excellent performance in his first career start, the No. 6 Bears survived a late K-State comeback bid for a 31-24 victory Thursday night at […]
Had Kansas State taken advantage of a few early opportunities Saturday against No. 19 Oklahoma, maybe things would have trended in a different direction. Maybe. But the Wildcats didn’t, and by the time they made adjustments, it was far too late. The result was perhaps the low point of the second Bill Snyder Era, a […]
By Tyler Dreiling Two weeks ago, no football team in the country had a longer streak of success when leading at halftime than Kansas State. After the Wildcats’ second straight loss in such fashion, that streak is a distant memory. K-State fell to No. 2 TCU, 52-45, Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium […]
For most of Saturday’s game, it looked like red zone issues for the Kansas State offense would result in a stunning loss in the Wildcats’ non-conference finale. But K-State made the bigger plays at the biggest moments to overcome Louisiana Tech’s upset bid, 39-33, in triple overtime at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. “I will say […]
By Tyler Dreiling It took 12 seconds for Kansas State to take the lead for good against South Dakota. From that point on, how the Wildcats’ season opener is viewed depends on perspective. K-State routed the Coyotes 34-0 Saturday night in a game that featured a hearty helping of good, bad and ugly. “We need […]
With the absence of Tyler Lockett and Curry Sexton, who is K-State’s leading receiver this year in a best-case scenario? The Powercat Gameday crew breaks it down.
For the first time since 1990, K-State didn’t have 100 yard rusher. Led by Charles Jones and his 13 rushing touchdowns from 2014, the Powercat Gameday crew discusses the improvements that will be needed in K-State’s ground game.
K-State’s offensive line has a lot of returning names, but is missing a key player with the loss of BJ Finney at Center. The crew discusses who will take his place and how the offensive line can help K-State’s run game in 2015.