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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.

Bramlage was fun today. Let’s do that more.

The K-State women enjoyed the largest crowd for a women’s game anywhere this season. That should happen more.

This was a scary — but fun — season

Bill Snyder fools prognosticators again

The ‘Miracle In Manhattan’ hits a milestone

To thousands upon thousands of fans, 200 is much more than just a number

Bring on the PodCats with KMAN’s John Kurtz

John Kurtz, the sports director at KMAN, generously took some time out of his busy schedule to tell Derek and I if we should be extra-worried about Kansas on Saturday (LOL) before discussing whether we can learn anything from K-State basketball's first three games.

Alex Barnes is K-State’s best offensive player, and it’s not close

He puts the MAN in Manhattan, but when will he finally take his rightful place as starter?

K-State outscores the State of Illinois 165-88 on a Friday night

The women and men both had strong showings, but the men’s took a bit longer to materialize

Something seems off in Wildcat Country

I’ve been thinking it all year, and I can’t put my finger on it, but something just isn’t right

Bring On The PodCats with Kyle Boone of Pistols Firing

Luke is out this week but fear not! Derek takes over and talks to a writer of one of the finest Oklahoma State blogs out there about what the Wildcats can expect from Mike Gundy’s mullet

Jordan Willis selected as part of Pro Football Focus Team of the Week

It's been a banner week for Jordan Willis

VIDEO: K-State freshman defensive end Kyle Ball talks his first-play sack

Kyle Ball recorded a sack on the first play of his career and talks with the media about the play and his future expectations