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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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Column: Unexpected run means Weber is likely to get one more shot

Column: Unexpected run means Weber is likely to get one more shot

March 15, 20170 Comments

K-State is finally the basketball team its fans wanted it to be. So, now what? On Feb. 25, less than three weeks ago, Kansas State lost by 30 points to last-place Oklahoma. The defeat, which was the Wildcats’ eighth in their last ten games, appeared to be the final piece of evidence that change was […]

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K-State beats Texas Tech on Senior Day, finishes regular season 19-12

March 4, 20170 Comments

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — D.J. Johnson had 19 points in his final game at Bramlage Coliseum, helping Kansas State to a 61-48 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday and giving the Wildcats’ NCAA Tournament hopes a boost. Fellow senior Wesley Iwundu added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats (19-12, 8-10), who also snapped […]

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Column: K-State fans find odd unity within basketball program’s struggles

Column: K-State fans find odd unity within basketball program’s struggles

February 23, 20170 Comments

For the first time in five years, Kansas State basketball fans appear to be in sync. Bruce Weber, so far as anyone can tell right now, is not going to return the Wildcats to national prominence. Reaching that conclusion took longer for some fans than others. But this isn’t about finger-pointing or I-told-you-so’s. For my […]

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OSU rallies to extend K-State’s home losing streak

February 23, 20170 Comments

With a 14-point lead in the first half, Kansas State was playing some of its best basketball in nearly three weeks. Then, the Wildcats lost their composure, and the lead followed. Wednesday night’s 80-68 loss to Oklahoma State followed an all-too-familiar pattern for the Wildcats. The energy and passion to win was not there; at […]

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Slow start dooms slumping K-State in loss to ISU

February 15, 20170 Comments

Having lost five of its last six games and sitting firmly on the NCAA Tournament bubble, Kansas State expected to begin its stretch run with urgency. That plan did not come to fruition. A seemingly disinterested K-State team fell in a big hole early and never fully recovered in a 87-79 loss to Iowa State […]

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KU edges K-State for second time this season

February 7, 20170 Comments

Dean Wade scored 20 points for a second consecutive meeting with rival Kansas, but it was not enough to lift his team to its second win in a row over a Top-5 opponent. Kansas State let an early lead fade away in a 74-71 loss to the No. 3 Jayhawks Monday night. “We had some […]

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TCU clips K-State in OT; Wildcats’ skid reaches 3 games

February 2, 20170 Comments

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — JD Miller scored 18 points, Vladimir Brodziansky had 17 and Kenrich Williams hit two 3-pointers in overtime as TCU defeated Kansas State 86-80 on Wednesday night. Williams opened the overtime scoring with a 3-pointer and his big shot with 1:48 to play after a trey by KSU’s Xavier Sneed made it […]

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K-State beats No. 7 West Virginia, 79-75

January 21, 20170 Comments

Four days ago, Kansas State was still searching for a quality road win and a signature win for its NCAA Tournament resume. In just two games, both boxes have been checked. The Wildcats overcame a 12-point first half deficit and topped No. 7 West Virginia, 79-75, Saturday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum. “This is a big […]

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