Postgame Wrap up

K-State Offense Squanders Strong Defensive Effort in 17-16 Loss at West Virginia

October 1, 20160 Comments

Matthew McCrane, who missed a potential go-ahead 43-yard field goal with 2:08 remaining in Kansas State’s 17-16 loss at West Virginia Saturday, took the blame following the game. But this game was more about missed opportunities by the Wildcats’ offense than McCrane’s miss. K-State had five trips inside the West Virginia 25-yard line that resulted […]

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K-State rolls Missouri State

September 24, 20160 Comments

Following two hours of lightning delays, Kansas State was mercifully declared the winner at halftime of a 35-0 game Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Similar to last week’s throttling of Florida Atlantic, this matchup was over before it started. The Wildcats were sharp in all phases, scoring touchdowns on five of their first […]

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K-State Rolls FAU

September 17, 20160 Comments

After a lackluster offensive performance in its season opener at Stanford, Kansas State wanted to prove that the Wildcats are an improved team on that side of the ball. There are still some kinks to work out, but in large part, it was a mission accomplished. K-State ran for 336 yards as a team and […]

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K-State falls short in Palo Alto

September 3, 20160 Comments

By Corey Dean After K-State fell short 26-13 to #7 ranked Stanford Coach Snyder summed up the Cats performance with “we were inconsistent consistently”.  A theme that was shared among the players after the game where things seemed just out of reach and the offense just enough out of synch to keep K-State on the […]

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K-State vs Baylor 4-24-16

April 24, 20160 Comments

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Pringle Steals the Spring Game Show

April 23, 20160 Comments

Last season, Kansas State’s offense was limited by its lack of big-play ability. If Saturday’s Purple-White Spring Game provided any indication of what’s to come this fall, big plays will be in much greater supply. A host of new faces in the K-State receiving corps stole the show in the Wildcats’ spring finale, a 35-21 […]

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K-State gets back on the winning side of things as they comeback to beat Texas

April 10, 20160 Comments

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White-hot Wildcats pound TCU on Senior Night

March 2, 20160 Comments

Kansas State’s basketball season hasn’t gone according to plan. But that didn’t stop its senior class from leaving Bramlage Coliseum on a high note Wednesday night. The trio of Justin Edwards, Stephen Hurt and Brian Rohleder bid farewell to their home arena by knocking off TCU in dominant fashion, 79-54. “We said it was a […]

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K-State’s furious rally falls short against No. 2 KU

February 20, 20160 Comments

By Tyler Dreiling No one will ever know how a court-storming would have turned out this time around. The Kansas Jayhawks decided to make that discussion irrelevant. Paced by Frank Mason’s 16 points, No. 2 KU built a 17-point lead over its in-state rival, then held on to win 72-63 after K-State cut the deficit […]

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Outside shooting dooms K-State in loss to No. 21 Baylor

February 10, 20160 Comments

Kansas State hoped its biggest win of the season, over No. 1 Oklahoma last weekend, would be the turning point of its season. If Wednesday night’s performance against No. 21 Baylor was any indication, it was more of a flash in the pan. The Wildcats were outmatched by the Bears’ zone defense from the opening […]

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