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2015 K-State Football

BotC's coverage of the WIldcats' 2015 football season.

Report: Travis Britz to Bucs Minicamp

The Wildcats notch another to the NFL

UDFA: Burns is Headed to Tennessee

The Wildcats sole All-American has a gig in the Music City

Report: Luke Hayes to Houston minicamp

May as well just call K-State OLU this year.

UDFA: Stiverson gets a gig with Dallas

The Wildcat line of scrimmage keeps landing gigs.

UDFA: Gronk stays home, signs with Bills

Passed over in the draft, the former Cat moves quickly.

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Dick Butkus Announces Whitehair's Selection

Dick Butkus announced the Bears second-round selection of Cody Whitehair. Fast-foward to just before the 1-minute mark for the announcement, where Butkus seems pleasantly surprised by the pick, and gives a thumbs-up and a happy "Alright!"

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Bears Network Discusses Cody Whitehair

Bears Director of College Scouting Joe Douglas discusses the Bears second round draft choice offensive lineman Cody Whitehair with Jeff Jonia, and both were impressed by Cody's versatility, awareness, and leadserhip.

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Cody Talks with the Bears Network After Being Selected

Cody talks to Chicago Bears Networks Lauren Screeden via Skype about being drafted, what the process has been like, and his excitement to join the Bears

Chicago selects Whitehair with 56th pick

K-State's draft streak officially extends to a Big 12-leading 23 years.

Where will Kansas State players go in the NFL Draft?

We review the various mock drafts around the web to try and get an idea of where your favorite Wildcat players will be drafted.

2016 NFL Draft Preview: The Other K-State Guys

We've already looked at our best two bets for the draft, lets check out the other guys who might get a chance in the League.

The Last Gronkowski: 2016 NFL Draft

Glenn Gronkowski enters the 2016 NFL Draft as the last of his famous brothers, see where his strengths lie and where he could possibly end up in this year's NFL Draft.

2016 NFL Draft Preview: Cody Whitehair

Let's take a look at potential first-round draft pick Cody Whitehair

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Kansas State TOP RANKED! money raised in 2015 for sports. The good news is with our money raised we are getting one heck of a sports training facility in Vanier to recruit with. I would attend a college based on that walkway out to the field alone. Of course TCU sits a spot in front of Kansas State, but check who is near the bottom of the list! We beat 2015 money raised for sports. Oh well, take our wins while we can!

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Kansas State FB Glenn Gronkowski declaring for NFL Draft

The tweet says it all, and I think we can probably concede that if Daddy Gronk says it's happening, it's happening. After earning All-Big 12 accolades last season, Gronkowski was largely supplanted by Winston Dimel this year. We can argue about the reasons, but the effect is clear: Glenn sees no reason to stay in Manhattan another year now that he has his degree. It was widely speculated that Gronkowski was leaving Manhattan, but most assumed it would be via transfer. That he's going to the NFL is a mild surprise, but not a huge shock.

Liberty Bowl: Arkansas 45, Kansas State 23

Nothing changes. Everything is terrible.

Liberty Bowl Halftime: Arkansas 24, Kansas State 13

The struggle is real.

Liberty Bowl Open Thread

Your benevolent despot is suddenly starting to feel good about this game. An omen?

Liberty Bowl Q&A with Arkansas Fight

It's our final chat-em-up with an opposing blogger as we get some answers about the Hogs.

2016 RS freshmen look really good this week

Today, we're all about football. And driving.

Bring on the Podcast with Arkansas Fight

One of our SB Nation friends from Arkansas drops by to give us some insight on the Razorbacks, their fans' feelings toward Bret Bielema, and predictions on this bowl season's Big 12 vs. SEC matchups.

Bring On The Cats College Bowl Pick 'Em 2015

Compete against other BOTC fans for ultimate bragging rights this winter!

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Bryce English to transfer from Kansas State

In a situation which is terrible for everyone, freshman DL Bryce English has decided to transfer from Kansas State. For the Wildcats, this is bad because English was set to move onto the line next fall and looked every bit like a major contributor. For Bryce and his family, however, this is absolutely terrible. We wish Bryce, his father, and the rest of his family the best. This is one situation where the only acceptable emotion is sadness. Beat cancer.

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Burns also CBS First-Team All-American

Two NCAA-recognized All-America teams have been announced. Morgan Burns has earned the first-team nod at kick returner in both now, picking up the honor from CBS Sports this morning to go along with Tuesday's USA Today award. For those keeping track, there are 12 recognized selectors, and the player receiving the first-team honor from more of those selectors than anyone else is the consensus All-American. Burns is now a third of the way there, and that's assuming he only has one other player to compete with. (This was incorrect. The NCAA only recognizes five selectors, none of whom have announced their selections yet -- the AP, AFCA, FWAA, Sporting News, and Walter Camp. However, by way of comparison, no player last year was chosen as a first-team All-American by both USA Today and CBS without receiving consensus accolades from the five recognized selectors.) In other words, young Mister Burns' post-season is getting real.

4 Big 12 first-teamers for K-State; Burns STPoY

The Wildcats also had a pair of second-team honorees.

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Brent Venables hanging out with Bill Snyder at Hall of Fame

There's nothing more fun than wild speculation, so we'll just let you wildly speculate.

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Morgan Burns, First-Team All-American

It's that time of year when the All-American honors start rolling in, and USA Today has released their selections. Checking in at first-team kick returner: K-State's Morgan Burns! Other first-team Big 12 honorees were Baylor WR Corey Coleman and OL Spencer Drango and TCU WR Josh Doctson. Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield, WR Stirling Shepard, and CB Zack Sanchez were named to the second team, as were a pair of defensive linemen: Baylor's Andrew Billings and Oklahoma State's Emmanuel Ogbah.

Revisiting BotC's preseason Big 12 staff picks

We promised we'd do this, so that you can engage in the proper levels of mockery and derision.

Burton, Moore, Burns: Big 12 Players of the Week

All our news is old news. Except one thing.

Liberty Bowl Preview: Meet the Arkansas Razorbacks

Bret Bielema's team appears to be peaking after a rough start to the season and even though they're SEC, Arkansas actually has a quarterback and a powerful offense.

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K-State vs Arkansas: 2016 Liberty Bowl

The Wildcats made it without having to rely on academics. Now it's rematch time with the Hogs.

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Kansas State safety Kaleb Prewett arrested on minor charge

Early Sunday morning, starting (but injured) K-State safety Kaleb Prewett was arrested by Riley County Police for underage drinking. It's a relatively minor and piddling charge, but it's not the sort of thing which will endear the star recruit to Bill Snyder, either. Prewett, 20, is one of the highly-touted Blue Springs Three, coming to Manhattan along with linebacker Elijah Lee and running back Dalvin Warmack. It's been a rough year for the trio. Lee has been hampered by injury, while Warmach has had trouble getting on the field. Prewett started the season as Dante Barnett's partner at safety, and performed well through most of the season before a terrible outing against Texas Tech. He did not play against either Kansas or West Virginia, although no injury has been disclosed.


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