Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images It was a rough weekend for the Wildcats, but a good weekend for the future of the Big 12 If your team was wearing purple, it was not a fun weekend. But otherwise, it was a good weekend overall for the Big 12. And now every current and future Big 12 team has played a conference game, so we can get really crazy with things. 1a. Oklahoma … [Read more...] about 2021 Big 12 Power Rankings – Week 7
Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images FARMAGEDDON Welcome back Wildcats. After a week off for the Kansas State football team to get rested and repaired, the Cats return to action this week for the 105th meeting with Iowa State. Yeah, get hype, it’s FARMAGEDDON. Last time out, the Wildcats offense was renewed by the return of Skylar Thompson. He didn’t run, as he was … [Read more...] about K-State vs Iowa State: Open Game Thread
Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports The Wildcats looked off from the start, and never could quite find their footing against the visiting Cyclones. The first play of the game was an omen for the rest of the game, as the Kansas State Wildcats fell to the visiting Iowa State Cyclones 33-20. The Cyclones won the toss and elected to receive the opening kickoff, which Ty Zentner … [Read more...] about Iowa State 33, Kansas State 20: What was that?
Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images for CJ Cup @ Summit Kansas State lost in straight sets to West Virginia. Football Moratorium on college football until Kansas State figures out how to actually play.— RK (@roh_tweets) October 17, 2021 Volleyball Kansas State lost in straight sets (25-14, 25-20, 25-22) to West Virginia Friday night at Bramlage Coliseum. The … [Read more...] about Slate: Volleycats lose, life goes on
Photo by David K Purdy/Getty Images Kansas State takes on Iowa State tonight Kansas State (3-2, 0-2) plays Iowa State (3-2, 1-1) at Bill Snyder Family Stadium today. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 PM, and the game will be available on, you guessed it, ESPN+. As usual, details are in the How To Watch post. As you probably know by now, the series between the two schools … [Read more...] about Slate: Farmageddon!
You don’t wanna miss a thing. | Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images Revenge time. On the one hand, there’s cause for pessimism. The Wildcats are winless in the conference schedule, and this weekend’s opponent absolutely humiliated them last year. On the other, K-State showed signs in each of the last two games that they really are a decent team, and they’re playing a … [Read more...] about How to Watch: FARMAGEDDON
A complicated figure. | Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports Volleyball decks West Virginia but soccer falls in Stillwater Yesterday saw the release of the Big 12 men’s basketball coaches’ poll, in which Kansas was tabbed as the conference’s preseason favorite, followed by Texas and Baylor. Once again, Kansas State landed in the ninth spot, well ahead of the dumpster fire that … [Read more...] about SLATE: Win some, lose some
Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images With Khalid Duke out, who will step up for the Wildcats. In his press conference this week, Coach Klieman mentioned that losing Khalid Duke was a huge blow, because the 3-3-5 they are running was designed around his ability to play both defensive end and linebacker. I went back and looked at the Oklahoma tape, … [Read more...] about Kansas State Defense: In Need of a Closer
Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports With Skylar hobbled, taking away a huge part of his game, how effective was he against OU? I won’t lie, I was skeptical about Skylar returning for the Oklahoma game. Mobility is a huge part of his game. My thought was that if he isn’t mobile, he’s not going to be the Skylar Thompson we know. I’m happy to report that while he wasn’t the … [Read more...] about Skylar Thompson: It’s the Little Things that Kill