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K-State falls to TCU 1-0 on own goal

Kansas State soccer improved its play from its Big 12 debut on Friday and held TCU scoreless for the first 75 minutes of the match, but the Horned Frogs benefitted from an own goal to take a 1-0 win over the Wildcats at Garvey-Rosenthal Stadium. K-State falls to 5-5-1 overall and 0-2-0 in the Big…

Photos: Volleyball vs. KU

Brooke Smith, junior setter, during the Sunflower Showdown between the University of Kansas and Kansas State University at Ahearn Field House on September 24. (Photo by Cooper Kinley | Collegian Media Group) K-State hosted K.U. in Ahearn Field Houst on Sept. 24. K-State was defeated in 5 sets by the Jayhawks. Purchase a Photo Advertisement…

Soccer drops second Big 12 game to TCU

Kansas State ended its two-game road trip in Fort Worth, Texas against Texas Christian University on Sunday. On Friday, the Wildcats dropped their first Big 12 match of 2017 to Texas Tech by a score of 1-3. Looking to rebound, K-State faced TCU yesterday. The result did not go in their favor, as the low-scoring…

Slate: Tennis scores big win

We’re finally at the end of a bye week. That means the fake games are over, and real football is right around the corner. There will be plenty of news about the Kansas State-Baylor matchup in the coming days. Meanwhile, there was plenty of college football action this week, and Jon Morse runs it all…

CFB Week 4 Evening Thread

Let’s be honest. With one exception, the afternoon buffet was cold, slimy, and pretty boring even if the food was fresh. That exception, of course, was the end of any dreams Oklahoma State harbored about contending for a national championship. Our friends at TCU saw to that in emphatic fashion, although the Cowboys did finally…

CFB Week 4 Afternoon Open Thread

The morning started with K-State’s thrilling 31-27 victory over Minnesota in our fake bye week game, and then stuff got really interesting. West Virginia struggled before putting away Kansas. Texas Tech won a dogfight with Houston, and if you took the under you probably won twice. Arkansas had it all, then Arkied everything up and…

Sproles featured in film from Eagles

Earlier this week the Philadelphia Eagles posted a short documentary from their series titled “Goal to Go” about running back Darren Sproles, who remains the Kansas State Wildcats’ career rushing leader. He played for K-State from 2001 through 2004, tallying 4,979 rushing yards and 45 rushing touchdowns. Since getting to the NFL, Sproles has carved…