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Kansas State lands commitment from Class of 2015 wing

Kansas State added a late addition to its 2015 class as California native Ron Freeman committed to the Wildcats, a source confirmed to NBCSports.com. The 6-foot-5 Freeman was previously committed to Cal State Fullerton as a member of the 2014 class, but opted to do an additional year of prep school at Future College Prep. 123 more words

Recruiting

Kansas State plans to stripe out season opener in honor of Bill Snyder

To celebrate head coach Bill Snyder and his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, Kansas State will ask fans to dress in purple or white as it attempts to stripe out Bill Snyder Family Stadium for the season opener. 244 more words

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College Football 2015: 5 Win Total Over Bets

Last week, we looked at college football win total unders. Here, using 5Dimes lines, are five college football win total overs we like. Embrace or fade as you will.  365 more words

College Football

WR Judah Jones leaves K-State, lands at FCS Stephen F. Austin

Another post, another player leaving the school with which he signed, although this time around we officially know said player’s new destination.

Earlier this past week speculation had surfaced that… 205 more words

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Kansas State head coach open to games against former Big 12 foe

Much has been made about the impact that conference realignment has had on certain rivalries, with games becoming non-conference affairs (Syracuse and Georgetown will meet this upcoming season for the first time since 2013) or simply falling by the wayside. 308 more words

K-State's Akela Jones wins NCAA heptathlon title

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Akela Jones of Kansas State won the collegiate title in just the second heptathlon of her career and DeAnna Price of Southern Illinois set a meet record in winning the hammer Thursday as the women took over competition at the revamped NCAA track and field championships. 495 more words

Sports

K-State, ESU players taken in MLB Draft

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Three area collegiate baseball players heard their name called during day three of the MLB Draft. K-State 1B Shane Conlon and CF Max Brown were selected, while Emporia State 3B Dean Long was picked as well. 75 more words

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