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K-State pulls away from Savannah St.

December 14, 20140 Comments

By Erik Stone Nino Williams scored a game-high 20 points and Marcus Foster added 13 as Kansas State overcame inconsistent first half shooting to defeat Savannah State 73-53 Sunday night at Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats opened the game in style with Justin Edwards taking a Foster pass in mid-air and throwing down a dunk giving […]

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Sluggish Cats Scrape By Bradley

December 10, 20140 Comments

By Erik Stone Nino Williams scored 14 points and Marcus Foster added 13 as the Kansas State Wildcats edged Bradley 50-47 Tuesday night in Men’s Basketball action at Bramlage Coliseum. The first half was marked by long scoring droughts by both teams especially K-State which went nearly 17 minutes without a Field Goal and a […]

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K-State snaps streak, pummels Omaha

December 2, 20140 Comments

By Erik Stone Williams scored a season-high 19 points including his first three-point basket in two seasons to lead three players in double figures as Kansas State snapped a two-game losing streak with an 84-66 victory over Omaha Tuesday night at Bramlage Coliseum. After dropping their final two games at the EA Sports Maui Invitational, […]

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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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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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Coach Snyder Texts Mack Brown

October 22, 20140 Comments

Coach Snyder explains what he and former Texas head coach Mack Brown have been texting about.

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K-State’s Offense Efficient in Victory at Oklahoma

K-State’s Offense Efficient in Victory at Oklahoma

October 21, 20140 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   It has been well documented that Oklahoma rarely loses at home during the Bob Stoops era. It’s just as rare for the Sooners to lose on their home turf to a ranked opponent. And the Sooners had never lost the following game after playing Texas during the Stoops era.   The […]

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Cats Hang on in Norman

October 18, 20140 Comments

By Erik Stone Jake Waters threw two touchdown passes and rushed for another score and 14th-ranked Kansas State also got a key defensive score and benefitted from costly mistakes as the Wildcats defeated 11th-ranked Oklahoma 31-30 before 85,019 Saturday afternoon at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman. After both teams traded punts to begin […]

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K-State Hoops at Big 12 Media Day

K-State Hoops at Big 12 Media Day

October 15, 20140 Comments

Other players and coaches from around the Big 12 conference discuss what makes K-State so tough. Nino Williams on whether or not this team is the most talented that he’s played on. Thomas Gipson details just how tough his shoulder injury was to deal with last year. Bruce Weber’s full press conference. http://powercatgameday.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Gipson-1-on1.mp3 Thomas Gipson […]

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