Big 12 gets high-def replay


Austin Meek of The Topeka Capital-Journal reports: "The conference will implement a new high-definition instant replay system for the upcoming football season, according to an e-mail I got this morning."

ISU Cycloned Again in Basketball


Things have gone from gruesome to perilous for this program.

Sooners Take Series with Sunday Win


Oklahoma hammered six home runs, including two in the first inning and three in the eighth, and the 15th-ranked Sooners won the rubber game over No. 20 Kansas State 15-11 on Sunday afternoon at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The Wildcats dropped their second-straight Big 12 series, falling to 30-12 on the year and 10-7 in the league.

Clutch Hitting Propels Cats to Saturday Win


Kansas State's clutch hitting produced two big innings and the 20th-ranked Wildcats evened their three-game series against No. 15 Oklahoma with a 14-9 victory Saturday night at L. Dale Mitchell Park. Kansas State picked up its 30th win of the season — and its 10th in conference play — and the Wildcats moved to 30-11 overall and 10-6 in conference action.

KU and KState to be Odd Schools out when Superconferences form?


Hello Wildcat Nation, Not sure how many of you have read this article from the KCStar yet, but it sets out a scenario where the reforming of conferences essentially leaves Kansas and Kansas State out in the cold. If this was to occur, what would you like to see KSU do? Join the MWC? Become an independent? Or look to continue to build off of your current basketball success by attempting to form a basketball SuperConference of some sort? I've put up a fanpost about this same article over at Rock Chalk Talk, and would be interested in hearing your perspective on this debate. For now, I'll just say that it's sad that schools with actual competitive athletic programs might be left out of the SuperConference system for reasons that have nothing to do with on field success.

Cats Top Chicago State 12-4


Kansas State scored four times in three different innings to cruise to a 12-4 victory over Chicago State on Tuesday night at Tointon Family Stadium. The Wildcats, who ended their brief two-game losing skid with the win, moved to 28-10 overall, while the Cougars fell to 2-34. Kansas State recorded seven extra-base hits in the contest, including six doubles and Tanner Witt's first career home run. The Wildcats also stole 10 bases to tie the school record originally set March 17, 1979, against Creighton.

Mastrud Signs with Tampa Bay


Former Kansas State tight end Jeron Mastrud has agreed to a free-agent contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the organization has announced. Mastrud, a 6-6, 253-pounder, appeared in 48 of a possible 49 games during his Wildcat career, while he started a team-best 26 straight games to conclude his tenure at K-State.

All-Undrafted Team


Look here brandon banks is already an allstar of sorts, I guess they missed fitzy.

A "Sporting" Review of the Spring Game


If the author wrote this as an attempt to be humorous then it should be summed up in one word...FAIL. Warning you will likely be irritated after the jump.

K-State Remains in Top 20


Kansas State remained in the top 20 for a fourth straight week — the Wildcats placed 20th in this week's USA Today/ESPN Coaches' Top 25, announced Monday. K-State was 20th in the Collegiate Baseball Top 30 a month ago, before finding itself in the top 20 of the coaches' poll for two consecutive weeks before Monday's distinction.

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