You've got questions about the Kansas State Wildcats. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has got answers. This week's K-State Q&A includes fun topics on basketball recruiting, songs that could replace Sandstorm and a GIF for every Big 12 school.
Graham Hunt, an 85-year old from Kansas City, and Jeremy Gandon, a 21-year old from France, are the only two golfers in Kansas State history to win a conference championship. That connection brought them together Thursday in Manhattan.
Kansas State’s latest football commitment will be hard to miss next season. Justin Eichman, a 6-foot-9, 350-pound offensive tackle at Butler Community College, is one of the biggest recruits the Wildcats have added in some time.
You've got questions about the Kansas State Wildcats. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has got answers. This week's mailbag includes fun topics on Brad Hill, the baseball team's next coach, football and Byron Pringle, Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson.
Kansas State and Missouri could meet in the championship game of the Paradise Jam tournament this basketball season. The Wildcats and Tigers are two of eight teams that will play Nov. 16, 17 and 19 in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill will step down at the end of the season after 15 years with the Wildcats. Hill guided K-State to unprecedented highs and then unfortunate lows. He talked about all of that and more on Wednesday.
One of Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber’s top recruiting targets has trimmed his list of finalists, and the Wildcats made the cut. Parker Stewart, a transfer from Pittsburgh, is considering K-State and Tennessee-Martin. Maryland and Oregon dropped out.
Brad Hill, the most successful baseball coach in Kansas State history, will step down at the end of the season after 15 years. The team has been on a decline since 2013, when the Wildcats nearly reached the College World Series and Hill got a five-year extension.
Wide receiver Byron Pringle was arrested as a teenager in Tampa, Florida., but he found his way to Kansas State and completed a successful two seasons and now is trying to make it in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs at rookie mini-camp.
You've got questions about the Kansas State Wildcats. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has got answers. This week's K-State Q&A is loaded with questions about scheduling Marquette instead of Wichita State, Wildcats in the NFL and more.
You don't try and run from a former Kansas State football player. That's the lesson a purse snatcher in Carrollton, Texas learned the hard way when Wildcat alum Kip Daily put his speed to good use for the Carrollton Police Department.
The Kansas State basketball team will bolster its schedule in 2018-19 with a road game against Marquette on Dec. 1, 2018. The Wildcats and Golden Eagles will follow their game at BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee with a rematch at Bramlage Coliseum in December 2019.
The New Orleans Saints invited former Kansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz to their rookie camp next week. Ertz battled injuries throughout his time with the Wildcats, but was determined to recover from them and reach for his NFL dreams.
Kansas State receiver Byron Pringle and Wildcats kicker Matthew McCrane went undrafted, but they got good news when they signed free-agent deals with NFL teams. The Kansas City Chiefs signed Pringle, and the Arizona Cardinals added McCrane.
The San Francisco 49ers drafted former Kansas State Wildcats cornerback D.J. Reed with the 142nd overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft in the fifth round. Reed was a standout cornerback for two years for K-State and entered the draft after his junior season.