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Snyder Singles Out Zuber After Loss

November 3, 20180 Comments

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K-State explodes in 2nd half for win over OSU

October 16, 20180 Comments

Manhattan, Kan. – It was another big day for Alex Barnes and Kansas State on the ground Saturday against Oklahoma State, but this time the Cats could walk away from the game feeling good about their performance. It took a bit for the rushing attack to turn into points for K-State, as the Cats found […]

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New faces shine in spring game

April 21, 20180 Comments

Just as Kansas State coach Bill Snyder wanted it, Saturday’s Purple-White spring game was nothing out of the ordinary. There were impressive performances from young players and plenty of areas to improve on display as Purple beat White 31-28 at a rainy Bill Snyder Family Stadium. “Nobody did anything that surprised me,” Snyder bluntly put […]

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Powercat Gameday Cactus Bowl Headquarters

Powercat Gameday Cactus Bowl Headquarters

December 6, 20170 Comments

Bowl season is back, and your Powercat Gameday headquarters in Phoenix for the Cactus Bowl is the Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in downtown Phoenix! The Tilted Kilt will be open early on the 26th with a full menu of burgers, sandwiches, wings, and entrees, plus an awesome beer selection for pregame.   Get to the Tilted Kilt located in CityScape, for the live […]

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Stokes’ huge start paces K-State in drubbing of SC Upstate

December 6, 20170 Comments

Kamau Stokes scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half Tuesday night, sparking a massive early run in Kansas State’s 86-49 victory over South Carolina Upstate. The Wildcats led 24-2 less than seven minutes into the game, answering head coach Bruce Weber’s call for a more inspired effort on their home floor. Stokes […]

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Thompson rallies K-State over Iowa State 20-19

November 25, 20170 Comments

Skylar Thompson is called “The Future” by many Kansas State football fans. The future has arrived. Kansas State rallied from a 19-7 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Iowa State, 20-19, as time expired Saturday evening in Manhattan. Thompson found Isaiah Zuber in the back of the end zone to cap a ten-play, 87-yard […]

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K-State stuns No. 10 Oklahoma State

November 18, 20170 Comments

One of the strangest weeks in Bill Snyder’s tenure as Kansas State’s football coach had one final twist. With the program’s uncertain future in the spotlight and pegged a 20-point underdog in Las Vegas, K-State beat No. 10 Oklahoma State Saturday afternoon, 45-40, for the Wildcats’ first win in Stillwater since 1999. K-State also clinched […]

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K-State did Nothing Wrong in Snyder/Leavitt Proposal

K-State did Nothing Wrong in Snyder/Leavitt Proposal

November 17, 20170 Comments

Cole Manbeck Let’s go ahead and make this clear right away regarding Brett McMurphy’s report on Thursday — Kansas State’s administration didn’t force Bill Snyder to do anything. If McMurphy’s report is accurate (I have no reason to doubt its accuracy, as I know John Currie had zeroed in on Jim Leavitt to take over for Snyder […]

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Early missed chances doom K-State in loss to No. 23 WVU

November 11, 20170 Comments

Forcing four turnovers and holding West Virginia scoreless in the second half seems like a pretty good recipe for success. But scoring points, it turns out, is also important to winning football games. Kansas State did not do enough of the latter in a 28-23 loss to the No. 23 Mountaineers Saturday afternoon. “The defense […]

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K-State rallies from 11 down to beat Tech

November 4, 20170 Comments

Kansas State’s first second-half comeback win since 2015 didn’t come a moment too soon. With bowl eligibility in question and trailing by 11 points in the fourth quarter, the outlook was bleak for the Wildcats Saturday afternoon at Texas Tech. A few good plays and a couple fortunate breaks later, K-State topped the Red Raiders […]

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