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K-State upsets No. 1 Sooners behind Iwundu, Wade

February 6, 20160 Comments

By Tyler Dreiling After three minutes, it looked like No. 1 Oklahoma might run Kansas State out of Bramlage Coliseum. The Sooners led, 9-0, and the Wildcats hadn’t even attempted a shot. Not so fast. This is college basketball, after all. Wesley Iwundu scored 22 points, Dean Wade added 17 in his first game coming […]

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Reserves lead K-State over Ole Miss, 69-64

January 30, 20160 Comments

When Kamau Stokes went down with a painful knee injury in the first half of Saturday’s game against Ole Miss, an uneasy feeling took over Bramlage Coliseum. Fortunately for Kansas State, its bench players were prepared to pick up the slack. Big contributions from Carlbe Ervin, D.J. Johnson and Barry Brown lifted the Wildcats over […]

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Hot start sets tone as K-State routs OSU

January 23, 20160 Comments

For a team dealt a whole season’s worth of heartbreak in the last three weeks alone, Kansas State was an awfully focused basketball team Saturday evening. The result reflected it. K-State used a red-hot first half to bury Oklahoma State before coasting to a 89-73 victory at Bramlage Coliseum. “I couldn’t be more pleased for […]

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Slow start dooms K-State in loss to No. 17 Cyclones

January 16, 20160 Comments

By Tyler Dreiling Kansas State hoped its shooting struggles were at an end when the Wildcats shot a season-high 56 percent against Texas Tech earlier this week. It may have been a flash in the pan, however. Poor shooting buried K-State in an early 17-point hole that proved to be insurmountable in a 76-63 loss […]

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Hot-shooting K-State tops Texas Tech to end skid

January 13, 20160 Comments

This performance was a long time coming for Kansas State, and it didn’t occur a moment too soon. Desperate for a Big 12 win and treading near the bottom in all of Division I in three-point shooting, K-State exploded from long range Tuesday night in an 83-70 victory over Texas Tech. “The older guys set […]

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Strong second half propels K-State over Saint Louis

December 29, 20150 Comments

Another slow start didn’t stop Kansas State from finishing 2015 on a high note. K-State used a late first-half run to build momentum against Saint Louis, then ran away late in a 75-47 victory Tuesday evening at Bramlage Coliseum. “It was a good team win and obviously we were a lot better in the second […]

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Sloppy K-State puts North Dakota away in second half

December 23, 20150 Comments

Kansas State isn’t going to beat many Big 12 teams playing the way it did Tuesday night. But against North Dakota, it didn’t matter enough to result in an ugly loss to kick off the holiday season. The Wildcats overcame turnovers and inconsistent shooting to top the Fighting Hawks, 63-49, at Bramlage Coliseum. “You have […]

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Powercat Gameday at Silky O’Sullivan’s in Memphis

Powercat Gameday at Silky O’Sullivan’s in Memphis

December 10, 20150 Comments

The Cats are headed to Memphis for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, and your Powercat Gameday Headquarters is at Silky O’Sullivan’s on world-famous Beale Street! Silky’s features BBQ, homemade gumbo and chili, oysters on the half shell, po-boys burgers and more. Check out their full menu. There’s live music every day and night at Silky’s, as […]

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Sloppy K-State hangs on to beat South Carolina State

November 29, 20150 Comments

It was ugly and perhaps undeserved, but Kansas State bounced back from its first defeat of the season Sunday with a 68-66 victory over South Carolina State at Bramlage Coliseum. Five days after the Wildcats’ late collapse against No. 9 North Carolina in the CBE Classic, K-State looked like a team that left its spark […]

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K-State recovers from slow start, routs South Dakota

November 20, 20150 Comments

Bruce Weber wasn’t sure when Kansas State would face its first adversity of the season, nor how his team would handle it. It came Friday night against South Dakota, when K-State found itself ice cold from the field and trailing by as many as eight points in the first half. The Wildcats passed the test […]

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