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Kansas State to induct four players to Football Ring of Honor

Kansas State announced Thursday that former Wildcats Michael BishopJordy NelsonClarence Scott and Darren Sproles will enter the program’s Ring of Honor this fall. 278 more words

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K-State knocks off Oklahoma to open Big 12 Championship

TULSA, Okla. – Colton Kalmus matched his career-high in strikeouts with six while Max Brown went 4-for-4 with a pair of two-out RBIs as six-seed K-State opened its trip to the 2015 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship with a 7-3 win over third-seeded Oklahoma on Wednesday at ONEOK Field. 892 more words


College Football 2015: 10 Teams That Could Benefit From Easy Schedules

Earlier, we looked at teams that may struggle compared to their peers with harder schedules. Here, we take a look at teams that may benefit from easier ones relative to their conference opponents.  572 more words

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South Carolina lands Class of 2015 big man and former Big 12 commit

South Carolina picked up a late Class of 2015 commitment on Monday as former Kansas State pledge Eric Cobb selected the Gamecocks. The 6-foot-9 Cobb is… 107 more words


K-State blanks Jayhawks to open Sunflower Showdown series

LAWRENCE (KSNT) – For the second straight outing K-State starting pitcher Nate Griep tossed a shutout to lead the Wildcats to victory in a 11-0 win at Hoglund Ballpark in Lawrence. 94 more words


Robert Streb grabs first round lead at Wells Fargo Championship

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Phil Mickelson faded early and Rory McIlroy tailed off late. Robert Streb just kept on making birdies.

Streb shot a 7-under 65 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed and Kevin Chappell after the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship. 615 more words


Former K-State player, North Carolina coach Guthridge dies

COURTESY: K-State Sports Information

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Former Kansas State basketball player and assistant coach Bill Guthridge passed away on Tuesday night at the age of 77 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 570 more words