Derek has written for Bring On The Cats since 2012 as an editor, football reporter, columnist and feature writer. He has also covered the Wildcats in print from 2014-2016 as sports editor of the Junction City Daily Union in Junction City, Kan.
One of our favorite recurring guests makes another appearance to discuss some of Baylor’s scary offensive weapons, a rare competent defense in Waco, and the reasons he believes in Matt Rhule.
A former Kansas State All-American safety joined Derek Moeller-Smith and I to assess the season so far and share why the outlook for Wildcat football is so strong with Chris Klieman leading the way.
Chris Klieman was officially introduced Wednesday as the 35th head coach in the history of Kansas State football.
As the search for Bill Snyder’s successor continues, a new name surged to the top of the hot board Saturday: Troy coach Neal Brown. But who is Neal Brown and what might he bring to Kansas State?
Seth Littrell is officially off the board, so now, the discussion of who might replace Bill Snyder has shifted to two names: North Dakota State’s Chris Klieman and Memphis’ Mike Norvell.
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
Before we start speculation as to what the future might hold for K-State football, it’s important to pause and reflect.
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.
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.