Wildcats in familiar territory with Arizona bowl game history

Kansas State defeated Texas A&M in the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl at the NRG Stadium in Houston on Dec. 28, 2016. The Wildcats beat the Aggies 33-28. (Archive photo by George Walker | Collegian Media Group) The Kansas State football team will be in familiar territory when it faces the University of California, Los Angeles […]

ICYMI: K-State Chat with Gracey Terrill

While this has been long overdue, I am excited to be back and talking to the readers of BringOnTheCats.com and catch up with y’all! Over the last few months K-State has been in the media for varying reasons, some good and some bad. Today we are talking about all those reasons and then some random […]

Know your opponent: UCLA

Matthew McCrane, then-redshirt freshman kicker, nails a field goal during the Valero Alamo Bowl against the University of California, Los Angeles at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Jan. 2, 2015. McCrane became the first player in K-State history to score two field goals in a bowl game. (Archive photo by Parker Robb | Collegian […]

Snyder: ‘Nothing has changed’ about coaching status

K-State’s athletics department said Wednesday “nothing has changed” regarding head football coach Bill Snyder’s status despite a report that he decided to continue coaching in the 2018 season. There’s “nothing new or different from Coach’s or our perspective,” a spokesperson for the athletics department told The Mercury. Snyder has said each year he decides after […]

Slate: Bill Snyder back at Kansas State for 2018.

Previously Yesterday, Luke Thompson and Eric Rubottom spoke with Trent Singer for this week’s edition of Bring on the PodCats. Later in the day (okay late evening), I profiled Kansas State’s other new commit, Shane Cherry. Football It’s an all football slate today so let’s jump right to the news. First up, ESPN.com released their […]

Kansas State Gets a Cherry

Yesterday we profiled Kansas State’s newest commit Cartez Crook-Jones. Crooks-Jones wasn’t the only commit from this weekend, however, as his teammate Shane Cherry verbally committed on Sunday. I’m extremely happy to say that I have received an offer from my dream school K-State, and with that, I would like to announce my commitment to continue […]

A Phoenix holiday: Fans traveling to Cactus Bowl can enjoy holiday lights, attractions

If you’re heading to Phoenix for the Cactus Bowl, you’ll get to see some of the city’s biggest attractions all decked out for the holidays. The Wildcats will face the UCLA Bruins at 8 p.m. CST on Dec. 26 at Chase Field in a rematch of the 2015 Alamo Bowl. Phoenix offers breathtaking natural scenery […]

Wildcats dealing with effects of ‘gut check’ loss

Time hadn’t made the loss any easier. Meeting with reporters Monday less than 48 hours removed from a 61-54 defeat to Tulsa, Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber said he and his team were still feeling its effects. “That was a gut check,” he said. “We got low-blowed. It didn’t feel good.” And it didn’t […]

Bring on the PodCats with Trent Singer

For students and others (including me!) Christmas vacation might start this Saturday, but if you can help it, don’t leave Manhattan before going to see the ‘Cats play their last home nonconference game against Southeast Missouri. Sure, the Redhawks aren’t the sexiest opponent, but the Southeast Missourian’s Trent Singer tells us they’ve still got some […]

How much money did Greg Schiano stand to make at Tennessee?

Greg Schiano was set to make $27.7 million as Tennessee’s head football coach before the deal was scrapped, according to ESPN. Schiano, Ohio State’s defensive coordinator, was set to be hired as the Volunteers’ coach Nov. 26, as he and then-Tennessee athletics director John Currie had agreed to a contract that would have paid $27.7 […]

SLATE: Wildcats Pursue Football Recruits Ahead of First-Ever Early Signing Period

Previously Yesterday, KSUEMAW! interrupted our regularly-scheduled programming to announce that 3-Star defensive end prospect Cartez Crook-Jones abandoned his commitment to David Beaty’s KU Jayhawks, and will instead play for Bill Snyder’s (we think) K-State Wildcats. Crook-Jones says he will sign on December 20, the first day of the first-ever early signing period for football. This […]