Kansas State officials continue to apologize for anyone they might have offended by Saturday’s Jayhawk-vs-dong marching band formation, while insisting there was “no ill intention.” The Star Trek-themed program purported to show the U.S.S. Enterprise attacking a “horrible space creature,” but to nearly everyone it…
This is, supposedly, the Kansas State band as the U.S.S. Enterprise “encountering a horrible space creature.” It looks a lot more like the Kansas Jayhawk performing fellatio.
Oh, no. No, no, no.
The Horned Frogs are making their case for a spot in the playoff. A week after an offensive explosion, No. 6 TCU kept its foot on the gas, routing No. 7 Kansas State 41-20. The Wildcats were undefeated in the Big 12, and actually ahead of TCU, entering today's game. This adds to the shakeup of the top-10 today, with…
This is one of the more bizarre plays you'll see today. Kansas State blocked its second UTEP punt of the first quarter, only to see the entire play called back due to an inadvertent whistle. And it took 12 minutes—12 minutes!—for officials to realize and then verify that they screwed up.
Kansas State upset rival Kansas in overtime tonight, leading to a court-storming at Bramlage Coliseum that left ESPN reporter Holly Rowe with nowhere to go—so she joined the Wildcats atop the scorer's table, and conducted her postgame interview there.
La Salle upset Kansas State today, driving Deadspin writers into a frenzy and ruining brackets for those of you foolish enough to trust Bruce Weber to do anything right. He did, for what it's worth, try for a last-second strategy play. Too bad nobody noticed.
Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder is in attendance for the Wildcats' bout in Kansas City against La Salle. What's he eating? Some people have suggested it's a hot dog, but that's one big-ass hot dog. I think it's a burrito.
The last time we wrote about Kansas State guard Angel Rodriguez, he was facing chants of "Where's Your Green Card" from a brain-dead Southern Miss band. Sadly, the Wildcats' backcourt star can't escape comments about his ethnic background, as ESPN announcer Mitch Holthus made note of Rodriguez's "Puerto Rican…
Forbes's latest best guess at the most valuable college football programs is out, and if you're a Texas fan, congratulations: Your slavering devotion to the Death Star of the Big 12 has paid off once again. You're number one! Granted, you're in the "also receiving votes" category in the AP's poll of on-the-field…
Our weekly college football shame index.
A week from college football's end-of-season reckoning and Kansas State and Oregon, ranked first and second respectively in the BCS standings going into today's games, have taken their first losses of the season. The defeats likely pave the way for a new BCS leader in (gulp) Notre Dame, a 38-0 winner today against…
Our weekly college football shame index.
So I'm going to tell you a story, and you tell me if it sounds made-up, because Kansas State is sticking to it and saying it's definitely not made up.
Kansas State guard Angel Rodriguez was born in Puerto Rico, but don't tell the Southern Miss band that. (Maybe they don't know Puerto Rico is in the United States either, anyway.) Here's what it sounded like on the court late in the first half of their matchup today in Pittsburgh. [TruTV]
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Kansas State lost a double-overtime thriller to West Virginia, and Wildcats coach Frank Martin wasn't too happy about falling to to the squad of mentor Bob Huggins. He unleashed fury in the final seconds with the target being Angel Rodriguez—though we can't quite see Rodriguez doing anything wrong on the play. In…
Kansas State University is embroiled in controversy over its longstanding slogan, "Every Man A Wildcat" (abbreviated EMAW). Some students want to change the line to "Every Person A Wildcat"-and traditionalists aren't happy. [Jezebel]
The Kansas State administration may need a refresher in the 2011 version of "braggin' rights." The school is taking on rival Kansas in something called the Take Charge! Challenge, which aims to increase recycling and conservation efforts at the two institutions.