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Big 12 Media Days Q&A: Kansas State's Bill Snyder

College Football America was at the Big 12 Media Days on Monday and Tuesday. You’ll see our photo galleries and story links here and on our Facebook page. 2,573 more words

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Marcus Foster still hasn't forgotten, or forgiven, those pulled scholarships

UNION, N.J. — Marcus Foster was one of the great stories of the 2013-2014 college basketball season.

In a season that was dubbed the Year of the Freshmen before Andrew Wiggins, Julius Randle and Jabari Parker even stepped foot on the floor of the United Center in Chicago for the Champions Classic, one of the Class of 2013’s biggest stars was an afterthought entering Kansas State. 923 more words

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KSU names new women's tennis coach

COURTESY: K-State Sports Information

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Danielle Steinberg, the 2014 Southland Conference Coach of the Year and an emerging talent within the women’s tennis coaching community, has been named the seventh head women’s tennis coach at Kansas State, Athletics Director John Currie announced on Wednesday. 1,525 more words

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Big 12 Football Preseason Media Poll: Reactions

Big 12 media members released their compiled preseason rankings for the 2014 season. As is going to be the case at every outlet when discussing the Big 12, it’s two at the top, a garbled mess in the middle and the anchors in the basement. 396 more words

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Sean Wollenberg: Kansas State Sports Properties Sales & Marketing Coordinator

Sean Wollenberg, Sales & Marketing Coordinator, for Kansas State Sports Properties at Learfield Sports.

1. How important is it for students to understand and accept their role as interns with an organization. 496 more words
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Oklahoma runs away with preseason Big 12 media vote

It seems we have a clear favorite in the Big 12 this fall. The Oklahoma Sooners, fresh off a Sugar Bowl suplex of Alabama, the 2014 SEC media favorite… 166 more words

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Road2Arlington: Kansas State Wildcats, overlook them if you dare

In college football players may come and go but in Manhattan, Kansas Coach Bill Snyder is forever, and although everyone is aware of his genius the  415 more words

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