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SLate: K-State hits a recruiting hot streak.

Kansas State picked up three recruiting commitments this week, plus baseball blanks the Cornhuskers and prepares for TCU. Well everyone, it’s Late Slate Thursday again. I tried to give you an early one last week, an no one commented so we’re back to an afternoon edition this week. This weeks is packed with #Bonus content…

Williams Named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

MANHATTAN, Kansas – The academic accolades continue for K-State women’s basketball student-athlete Peyton Williams, as she was named the 2019 Big 12 Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year in an announcement by the league office on Thursday. A product of Topeka, Kansas, Williams is the fourth player in program history to earn Big 12 Women’s…

K-State Football: 2019 Spring Showcase Recap

It wasn’t exactly an exhilarating event, but there was still plenty to see. It was a great spring day in Manhattan, Kansas on Saturday. But it wasn’t exactly an exciting day, at least if you were expecting to watch a “traditional” spring football game. It definitely wasn’t the “bold and daring” of the late 2000’s,…

2019 RB Jacardia Wright Commits

Drew takes a look at a late addition at running back to the 2019 class. After a drawn out recruitment, K-State finally added Jacardia Wright, a 6’0, 200 pound 3*(84) athlete out of Decatuar, Illinois to the 2019 recruiting class. The multi-positional Wright will play running back for the Wildcats. Wright also held offers from…

K-State Set for Big 12 Tilt with No. 19 TCU

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Winners of four of its last five games, K-State returns to Tointon Family Stadium for a three-game conference series with the 19th-ranked TCU Horned Frogs beginning Thursday at 6 p.m. K-State (17-21, 3-6 Big 12), who played eight of its last nine games away from home, are coming off back-to-back shutout victories…

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