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Slate: A smorgasbord of Wildcat news

News from all over Wildcat land populates today’s slate, with news on Kansas State football, soccer, baseball, and volleyball.

NCAA Football: Kansas State at West Virginia Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports


We are bringing the #content to you this week. First up yesterday was Luke Thompson and JT VanGilder co-hosting this weeks Bring on the PodCats with Our Daily Bears contributor Matt Wilson. Matt’s always a great guest so be sure to check it out.

Next up was Derek Smith bringing us a great interview with Curry Sexton and his thoughts on Bill Snyder and the QB controversy.

Finally, Drew Schneider finished off our day with “The Dog of the Week” where-in Drew compares the adorable Tipsy with Wildcat legend Michael Bishop.


A passionate halftime speech from Dalton Risner could turn around the Wildcat season. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Someone has zero understanding of the history. Without Bill Snyder there would be no football at Kansas State. And while debate continues to rage as to whether it’s time for him to step aside or not, one thing you can bank on Kansas State will not fire Bill Snyder regardless of his record this season. (Nick Bromberg, Yahoo Sports!)


A 13 inning exhibition game is scheduled for 3 pm today in the newly renovated Tointon Family Stadium. New head coach Pete Hughes’ will lead the BatCats against Cowley College. (


Another match, another loss. The Wildcats have plummeted in the Big 12, after beginning the season with a fantastic non-conference. A five set loss to Texas Tech runs their win-less streak to five matches and are 0-5 in the Big 12. They host Iowa State next Wednesday with a chance to get their first win of the Big 12 play. (Avery Osen, The Collegian)


Kansas State host the Sunflower Showdown for the first time this Friday. The Wildcats hope to remain undefeated against Kansas and build off last seasons upset victory in Lawrence. (Nathan Enserro, The Collegian)


Kansas State is one step closer to a $2.7 million multicultural center planned for the east side of the student union. (Staff Reports, The Mercury)