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McPherson’s Brad Underwood finds big-time success at Stephen F. Austin

Brad Underwood spent the first 27 years of his professional career striving to become a head basketball coach at the Division I level.

President Obama passes on Shockers, KU, K-State in NCAA bracket

Consider the president a Shocker doubter, too.

Bob Lutz: K-State gets another tourney shot at Kentucky

ST. LOUIS – Mr. K-State, Ernie Barrett, has been waiting 63 years for this.

La Salle loss teaches K-State to avoid first-game freeze up

Bruce Weber has spent the last year trying to forget about a shocking NCAA Tournament loss to La Salle, but now that March Madness has returned, the Kansas State basketball coach has no choice but to recall the gory details.

Kansas State hires TCU’s Jeff Mittie as women’s basketball coach

Kansas State lured Jeff Mittie away from TCU to take over as the Wildcats’ women’s basketball coach.

Kansan Cauley-Stein excels at clogging up Kentucky middle

One look at Willie Cauley-Stein is all it usually takes to realize that he is a gifted shot-blocker. Add in the way he has effortlessly protected the rim during his two seasons at Kentucky, and it’s obvious the 7-footer has post skills that predate a growth spurt.

Kansas State, Kentucky players will have a little reunion

Aaron Harrison Sr. didn’t celebrate when he learned his twin sons were headed to the NCAA Tournament. Not even a little.

Kansas State players eager for a shot at prestigious Kentucky

Few teams are capable of drawing attention away from a potential NCAA Tournament game between Kansas State and Wichita State, but Kentucky is definitely one of them.

K-State, Kansas headed to St. Louis for NCAA openers

Kansas State will open the NCAA Tournament in St. Louis against a tradition-rich opponent. A victory will likely lead to a game against an in-state foe.

Kansas State confident heading into tournament selections

Kansas State will hear its name during the NCAA Tournament selection show on Sunday. And that’s good enough for the Wildcats.

Iowa State hands K-State quick Big 12 Tournament exit

Shane Southwell’s body language told the story.

Big 12 Tournament Live: Read how the KU and K-State games unfolded on Twitter

Kansas and Kansas State begin the Big 12 Tournament on Thursday. Follow the action in Kansas City with live observations and updates from the Eagle's Kellis Robinett and Rustin Dodd.

With at-large bid seemingly safe, Weber wants K-State players to settle down

Bruce Weber has an unusual request for Kansas State’s basketball players.

Read the transcript from Wednesday's live K-State chat with Kellis Robinett

Kansas State begins Big 12 Tournament play on Thursday. Chat with the Eagle's Kellis Robinett before the games.

K-State’s Foster admittedly tired heading into postseason

There are days when Marcus Foster makes the transition from high school to college look effortless.

Kellis Robinett’s Big 12 Report (March 11)

Thursday could be the most exciting day in Big 12 Tournament history.

Deb Patterson relieved of duties as K-State women’s basketball coach

Deb Patterson has been the face of the Kansas State women’s basketball program for 18 years. Her teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament nine times and she guided the Wildcats to two Big 12 championships. She won more games than anyone in team history, going 350-226.

Baylor beats Kansas State 76-74

Baylor’s Gary Franklin squared his shoulders, composed himself and stared at the basket as he thought about the shot he was about to take. Then he launched the basketball high into the air and everyone at Bramlage Coliseum turned to see the result.

Wildcat report (March 8)

Kansas State honored its four seniors – Will Spradling, Shane Southwell, Omari Lawrence and walkon Ryan Schultz – in a pregame ceremony and throughout the game with video tributes. They produced ovation after ovation. But they didn’t play well enough to go out with a victory. All four seniors struggled, as they combined for 11 points. Spradling did the most, adding eight assists to three points. But he lost four turnovers and missed all six of his shots. Southwell only played 19 minutes.

Lawrence works to make K-State better

When Kansas State honors its seniors before their final home game on Saturday, much of the applause at Bramlage Coliseum will be reserved for Will Spradling and Shane Southwell. They have been major players for the Wildcats, starting games in four seasons and piling up 92 victories.

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