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 fun topics on the upcoming football season and the possibility of new uniforms.
Josh Rivas, a former Hutchinson football standout and current Kansas State offensive lineman, has shed more than 50 pounds since he got to Manhattan. Now he is fighting for a starting spot for the Wildcats.
Logan Watkins and Travis Banwart are two of the best baseball players for the Wichita Wingnuts. They are hoping their success this summer in Wichita will help their attempts at career comebacks in affiliated baseball.
There is no update on the Kansas Jayhawks quarterback battle — or at least not one football coach David Beaty is willing to share publicly. Peyton Bender, Miles Kendrick and Carter Stanley are the three players competing for the starting job.
Kansas State beat writer Kellis Robinett is back as a voter in The Associated Press Top 25 college football poll this season. Here is a sneak peek at his preseason ballot before the entire poll is released on Monday.
Isaiah Zuber led Kansas State by a wide margin in receptions last season, but that doesn’t mean he was the Wildcats’ best receiver. He only averaged 10 yards per catch. This year, he says things will be different.
All six of Wichita State’s seniors from 2018 have signed professional contracts to continue their basketball careers. Find out where Conner Frankamp, Shaq Morris, Zach Brown, Rashard Kelly, Darral Willis, and Rauno Nurger are going.
In a loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, pitcher Jorge López made his Royals debut, KC catcher Salvador Perez hit two home runs and outfielder Brett Phillips threw out Richard Ureña trying to score from second base.
Kansas State running back Alex Barnes rushed for a career high 819 yards last season, but that number could have been higher if not for a nagging ankle injury. Now healthy, he seems poised for a bounce-back year.
Almost every top high school football team in the Wichita area will have a different quarterback to start the 2018 season than they did last year. Some teams have gotten transfers while others are looking to the future from within.
If the Kansas Jayhawks football program has a breakthrough in 2018, it’ll likely be thanks to the unwavering commitment of team captains Daniel Wise and Joe Dineen, who spurned other options in deciding to return to KU.