Hour 1 Game one of the ALDS is tonight Preview of TCU vs. K-State Cover 5 with Brady Full Throttle with Lyle Shepard Hour 2 Royals release their 25 man playoff roster/ Big 12 football Kelly Stewart from Vegas Insiders Should K-State start pulling redshirts You Can’t Be Serious
By Cole Manbeck Kansas State put itself in a great position to upset the 2nd-ranked team in the country Saturday night. The Wildcats had executed the perfect offensive game plan in the first half to take a 35-17 lead into the locker room. And then K-State got away from what led to its 18-point advantage. […]
By Cole Manbeck I would love to spend the entirety of this blog post raving about the job Kody Cook did at quarterback Saturday at Oklahoma State. Considering the circumstances, he was spectacular. However, I have always been one to linger on the negatives and what must be improved, so the focus of this post […]
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 […]
For most people, it takes around two minutes to drive east on Kimball Avenue from CiCo Park to the Vanier Football Complex. For Deante Burton and Winston Dimel, it took two years. The pair took almost identical routes. In 2011, they were teammates at Manhattan High School, with Burton a standout senior and Dimel a hungry […]
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.