Postgame Wrap up

Wildcat pound Charlotte

September 9, 20170 Comments

For the second week in a row, a defensive player stole the show for No. 19 Kansas State. Cornerback D.J. Reed passed the torch to safety Kendall Adams on Saturday as the Wildcats rolled Charlotte, 55-7, and moved to 2-0 on the season. Adams scored two touchdowns in the first half, on an interception return […]

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Reed, Pringle spark K-State to rout of Central Arkansas

September 3, 20170 Comments

Kansas State wasn’t a polished team in its season opener Saturday, but the Wildcats did show glimpses of how good they could be once they are. Big plays from cornerback D.J. Reed and receiver Byron Pringle led the way in No. 20 K-State’s 55-19 victory over Central Arkansas at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wildcats […]

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Injuries give backups the spotlight in spring game

April 22, 20170 Comments

With a dozen players sidelined due to various injuries, Kansas State’s spring game Saturday afternoon was dominated by players hoping to see the field more this coming season. Purple defeated White, 38-6, in the team’s glorified final practice until fall camp opens. “The plus side of (the injuries) is the opportunity for twos and threes […]

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K-State holds off A&M for Texas Bowl victory

December 29, 20160 Comments

They don’t give out a trophy for beating all five of Texas’ major college football programs. A Texas Bowl Champions trophy will be sufficient, however. Led by game MVP Jesse Ertz, Kansas State knocked off Texas A&M, 33-28, in Wednesday night’s Advocare V100 Texas Bowl to finish its season 9-4. “This team epitomized what this […]

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K-State runs past TCU to 8-4

December 3, 20160 Comments

For a Kansas State offense that has battled inconsistency all season, there were reasons to believe Saturday’s finale at TCU would be a struggle. Poor weather conditions. No Alex Barnes. Those factors didn’t bother the Wildcats one bit in a 30-6 victory in Fort Worth. K-State’s Jesse Ertz and Justin Silmon ran the ball as […]

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Snyder gets 200 wins as K-State tops Kansas

November 26, 20160 Comments

Bill Snyder is still waiting for his team to put together a “complete” football game. His wait to make history, however, is over. Big plays from Kansas State’s defense led the way in the Wildcats’ 34-19 victory over rival Kansas Saturday, giving Snyder his 200th win as a coach. “I probably don’t sound like I’m […]

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Wildcats use Strong Second Half to Defeat Baylor 42-21

November 19, 20160 Comments

WACO, Texas – Kansas State has struggled to close out games in the second half this season. But not on Saturday, as the Wildcats erased a 14-7 halftime deficit and outscored Baylor 35-7 in the game’s final two quarters to defeat the Bears 42-21. With the win, K-State improved to 6-4 overall and 4-3 in […]

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K-State Edged by Oklahoma State

November 5, 20160 Comments

In a season that has involved more than a handful of missed opportunities for the Kansas State football team, this one will sting the longest. Searching for their first win over a ranked team since 2014, K-State let a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter slip away Saturday afternoon in a 43-37 loss to No. […]

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Kansas State Hangs on for 31-26 Victory

October 29, 20160 Comments

By Cole Manbeck   AMES, Iowa – For the eighth time in nine years, a Kansas State/Iowa State matchup was decided by 8 points or less. But the reality is this game probably shouldn’t have been this close, as K-State held on to defeat the Cyclones 31-26 at Jack Trice Stadium. Iowa State scored on […]

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K-State Holds Off Texas 24-21

October 22, 20160 Comments

Kansas State entered Saturday’s matchup with Texas looking for a faster start than in its previous Big 12 games. That’s exactly what the Wildcats got, and it was the biggest reason for K-State’s 24-21 victory over the Longhorns at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-State jumped to a 21-7 halftime lead and overcame three turnovers in […]

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