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Zac Brown Band to highlight concert festival at Bill Snyder Family Stadium

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNW) – Three-time Grammy Award winners and multi-platinum artists Zac Brown Band will headline the first major concert event at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in nearly 30 years as K-State Athletics and Basis Entertainment announced today details for a one-of-a-kind Wildcat Kickoff music festival on Saturday, September 10. 556 more words


K-State transfer Kalin Heath moves on to UAB

As UAB continues to build toward a return to the football field in 2017, the Blazers have added another piece to its personnel puzzle.

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K-State student athletes host annual Powercat Choice Awards

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State celebrated another outstanding athletics year on Monday night as student-athletes from each of the school’s 16 varsity sports converged for the seventh annual Mark A. 905 more words


Big 12 spring attendance by the numbers

By now we know the spring attendance numbers in the SEC and Big Ten will always be higher than the other power conferences (having 14 teams helps, of course). 446 more words

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76-year-old Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is now on Twitter

Normally, these joins Twitter stories are about the least important news of your day. Follow this guy for boring, #brand-related tweets!

But 76-year-old Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is an exception to that rule. 168 more words

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K-State extends AD John Currie through 2022

Kansas State has announced a contract extension for athletics director John Currie, keeping his in the Little Apple through the 2021-22 athletic year.

The new contract does not change Currie’s salary, but offers retention bonuses worth $275,000 on June 30, 2021 and $325,000 should he remain with the Wildcats through the life of the deal. 243 more words

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Big weekend ahead for K-State athletics

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNW) – With spring football practices coming to a conclusion this Saturday with the annual Purple/White Spring Game, K-State Athletics has announced details surrounding a weekend full of events. 504 more words