2018 K-State Football
92 DAYS TO 2019 KICKOFF: Eli Huggins
In which BracketCat counts down the 92nd day until the 2019 kickoff with a profile of Kansas State defensive tackle Eli Huggins.
93 DAYS TO 2019 KICKOFF: Jaylen Pickle
In which BracketCat counts down the 93rd day until the 2019 kickoff with a profile of Kansas State defensive tackle Jaylen Pickle.
Bring on the PodCats: Memories of Snyder’s Miracle 2.0
Tysyn Hartman, Curry Sexton and Alex Delton take us through Snyder’s last 10 seasons with insightful memories and stories about K-State’s legendary coach.
Bring on the PodCats: Memories of Snyder’s Miracle 1.0
Former Wildcats Jeff Kelly, Andrew Shull, Nick Leckey and Ian Campbell reflect back on their memories of Bill Snyder and how he impacted the Kansas State program prior to his first retirement.
Let’s talk about Seth Littrell
While Brent Venables is the top name on many K-State fans’ wish lists, North Texas coach Seth Littrell has arguably been the most rumored replacement for Bill Snyder
Slate: An era ends at Kansas State
The college football world reacts to Bill Snyder’s retirement
Of legends and legacy
In Manhattan, Kansas, Bill Snyder did more than just win football games
The Bill Snyder era is over. All we have now are memories.
Before we start speculation as to what the future might hold for K-State football, it’s important to pause and reflect.
It’s official: Bill Snyder retires as head coach of Kansas State
It’s the end of an unprecedented era.
Bring on the PodCats with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s Ben Steele
A Marquette beat writer shares his insights on why the Golden Eagles’ offense isn’t flying high just yet and says K-State should cause some matchup problems for a defense that looks better than recent versions.
Risner named Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year
and earns an All-Big 12 First Team nod.
Even if he doesn’t retire, ‘Bill Snyder’ is not coming back
A decision on Bill Snyder’s future could come as early as tomorrow, but no matter what happens, the man who built this program will never return.
FINAL: Iowa State 42, K-State 38
For awhile, it looked like another miracle. It was, just not for the good guys.
Kansas State vs No. 25 Iowa State: Open Game Thread
It’s the regular season finale for the Wildcats, and they will attempt to make sure it’s not the final game of the 2018 season.
How to Watch: K-State football at Iowa State
Wildcats look to even up record-setting rivalry.
Bring on the PodCats with the Des Moines Register’s Danny Lawhon
As Farmageddon approaches we turn to a friend of the podcast for insights on one of the Big 12’s best defenses and how Matt Campbell’s blueprint for success could be applied to the post-Snyder era — and why it’s a little different.
FINAL: K-State 21, Texas Tech 6
If this was Bill Snyder’s last home game, his players made him proud.
Kansas State vs Texas Tech: Open Game Thread
It’s cold and windy in the Little Apple; which may be just what the Wildcats need.
FINAL: Kansas State 21, Kansas 17
The Wildcats escape, but demonstrate everything that’s wrong in the process.
Kansas State vs Kansas: Open Game Thread
This may be the worst game in the Sunflower Showdown since 2004...a game KU won in Lawrence 31-28.
How to Watch: K-State football vs. Kansas
The Sunflower Showdown is also the Battle of the Big 12 Basement.
FINAL: TCU 14, Kansas State 13
The agony of "close" might be worse than last week’s beatdown.
Kansas State vs TCU: Open Game Thread
This could be an ugly football game, for both teams.
How to Watch: K-State football at TCU
Two teams looking to turn things around meet in the Metroplex.
Bring on the Podcast with Frogs O’War’s Melissa Triebwasser
TCU and Kansas State will play a football game Saturday, so Melissa joined us to all work through our sadness at how this season has gone.
Kansas State at No. 8 Oklahoma: Open Game Thread
The Wildcats will be looking to pull the upset in Norman, but it will be a steep challenge.
Football Q&A with Crimson and Cream Machine
We catch up with Jack Shields, editor-in-chief of SBNation’s OU blog Crimson and Cream Machine, ahead of this weekend’s match-up to get a few questions answered.
Bring on the PodCats with Blatant Homerism’s Allen Kenney
The editor of the popular Oklahoma-centric college football blog and podcast says the Sooners offense will cause some serious problems for K-State, but Alex Barnes could do the same when the ‘Cats have the ball.