Every college basketball coach preaches the importance of playing hard, but few do so as passionately as Kansas State’s Bruce Weber. The Wildcats keep track of every hustle stat that occurs during games on a play-hard chart.
The positive affirmation came quickly, in the form of tweets and Instagram comments and the usual social media flow. In the moments after Kansas’ 75-62 victory at Texas on Jan. 24, Kansas junior Jamari Traylor pulled out his smart phone — the standard post-game routine for any millennial — and began scrolling through his phone’s notifications and alerts.
The Wichita Eagle’s annual Oscar Ballot Contest offers a top prize of $350 worth of gift certificates to the Warren Theatres that are good not only for movie admission but also for anything else the theater sells.
Carlton Bragg, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Cleveland who has committed to Kansas, was selected to the McDonald’s All-American team on Wednesday, as rosters for the prestigious high school all-star game were unveiled. Bragg, a senior at Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School, will play for the West team on April 1 at the United Center in Chicago
Kansas State does not have a nonconference opponent from a power league on its 2015 football schedule, and it is unlikely to add one in 2016. The Wildcats have one open date in 2016 and they hope to fill it with a guarantee game at home.