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Kansas State’s Defense Will Be Tested Saturday.

Kansas State’s defense has been the face of the team this season, but will face a tough test against West Virginia. Also, Women’s Golf secures their first victory since 2014.

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Our fearless leader, Jon of Morse, reviewed how both the MAC and MWC fared during the month of September.


The debate of who has the conferences best defense is starting to heat up, and Kansas State is at the top of the list. (Jake Trotter, and Mitch Sherman

Saturday’s game could propel the winning team to a conference championship by the end of the season. (Allan Taylor, Metro News)

Even though Stanford is probably a better overall team, West Virginia presents a new kind of challenge for the Wildcats defense. If they can solve West Virginia’s high octane offense expect another Wildcat victory in Morgantown. (Chase Shannon,

Milan-Puskar should be rocking Saturday afternoon, especially with this week serving as homecoming week for West Virginia. (Allan Taylor, Metro News)

Both teams have momentum coming into this game, but Kansas State hopes their recent offensive success will be enough to secure a victory. (Matt Gasper,

With a rain shortened third game, Kansas State is still searching for it’s identity this season. A challenging Big 12 opener should help the Wildcats find their identity quickly. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Kansas State’s revamped secondary is in for a challenge, as West Virginia ranks 12 nationally in total offense. The secondary will need to slow Skylar Howard, who has an almost 70% completion percentage this season. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)


Kansas State’s women’s golf team took home first place in the Chip-N Club Invitational at Wilderness Ridge Country Club. Kansas State held off teams like: Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota to secure the victory. (