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Bring On The PodCats

Bring on the PodCats with Nick Leckey

Bring on the PodCats with Pokes Report’s Zach Lancaster

Pokes Report’s executive editor tells us about the growth of Spencer Sanders and why he’s a little worried about the atmosphere at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

Bring on the PodCats with Frogs Today’s Melissa Triebwasser

Our old friend from TCU can’t contain her enthusiasm as she explains how the Horned Frogs have wildly exceeded all expectations this season.

Bring on the PodCats with Allen Kenney

Our favorite Oklahoma podcaster and writer for Crimson and Cream is still wary of Kansas State, especially the Wildcats’ defensive line against an underperforming Sooners’ O-line.

Bring on the PodCats with Rock M Nation’s Nate Edwards

RMN’s football editor and podcaster shares why he views this as a massive game Missouri needs to win to take a long-awaited step forward.

Bring on the PodCats - Realignment edition

We tried to make sense of USC and UCLA’s move to the Big Ten and what it means, plus some reflections on Kansas State’s promising 2023 recruiting class.

Bring on the PodCats with Ben Adler

Former Kansas State offensive lineman Ben Adler talks with us about how he’s preparing for the 2022 draft and shares some insight on other Wildcat draft hopefuls.

Bring on the PodCats with Matt Wilson

Our Daily Bears managing editor Matt Wilson shares his insight on why former Baylor assistant Jerome Tang looks like a perfect fit for Kansas State basketball.

Bring on the PodCats with WRNL’s Levi Stevenson

Wide Right Natty Lite manager Levi Stevenson discusses how TJ Otzelberger has put together a solid group of transfers and made Iowa State basketball fun again.

Bring on the PodCats with Steven Schoon

TCU’s esteemed sports information director returns to talk about one of the most talented teams the program has seen in recent years.

Bring on the PodCats with Red Cup Rebellion’s Justin Lewis

Justin Lewis from Red Cup Rebellion doesn’t have a lot of great things to say about Kermit Davis and Ole Miss, K-State’s opponent for Saturday’s Big 12/SEC challenge.

Bring on the PodCats with The Mercury’s Tim Everson

The Kansas State women have been so good this year (excluding last week especially) that we decided to devote most of an episode to them with our old friend, Tim Everson. Of course, we did talk about the suddenly surging men a bit as well.

Bring on the PodCats with Seth Jungman

Texas Tech’s turned some heads with wins against Kansas and Baylor, so Seth Jungman joins the podcast to let us know what the Cats can expect to see from the Red Raiders on Saturday in Bramlage.

Bring on the PodCats with The Athletic’s Brody Miller

LSU beat writer Brody Miller from The Athletic gives us the latest on what Kansas State can expect to see from its Texas Bowl opponent.

Bring on the PodCats with Kellis Robinett

Kellis joined the podcast to discuss K-State football’s bowl game readiness and early signing class, plus offer an assessment of Kansas State basketball thus far.

Bring on the PodCats with The Wichita Eagle’s Taylor Eldridge

The Eagle’s Wichita State beat writer expects a low-scoring "rockfight" when the Cats meet the Shockers this Saturday at Intrust Bank Arena.

Bring on the PodCats with Ian Boyd

Ian Boyd of Inside Texas returns to help explain what’s gone so wrong at Texas and if the Longhorns have any fight left for Friday’s game against Kansas State.

Bring on the PodCats with Matt Wilson

We couldn’t have asked for a better week to welcome Matt Wilson as K-State prepares for a big game against Baylor and we look back on a crazy, hilarious weekend in the Big 12.

Bring on the PodCats with The Smoking Musket’s Joel Bracken

The stats guy from West Virginia’s SB Nation blog joins us to try to make sense of the Mountaineers and help us figure out how Kansas State can stop Jarret Doege and the WV offense on Saturday.

Bring on the PodCats with Ben Adler and Nick Leckey

Former All-American Nick Leckey leads a conversation with starting right guard Ben Adler that shines a light on how he’s become a dominant force on the Kansas State O-line.

Bring on the PodCats with Frogs O’War’s Melissa Triebwasser

Frogs O’War managing editor Melissa Triebwasser returns to explain why Kansas State’s offense shouldn’t have much trouble moving the ball this weekend and it’s unlikely Gary Patterson will be going anywhere before his contract expires in 2024.

Bring on the PodCats with The Mercury’s Ryan Black

Kansas State’s newcomers provide some reasons for hope as Manhattan Mercury sports editor Ryan Black and our own Eric Rubottom join the podcast for a basketball season preview.

Bring on the PodCats with WRNL’s Levi Stevenson

Wide Right Natty Lite’s managing editor returns to give us an idea of the huge challenge K-State’s offense will face and explain why special teams might be the best hope for the Wildcats to pick up a win on Saturday.

Bring on the PodCats with Allen Kenney

Allen Kenney returns to explain why OU’s defense looks so much better this season but Sooner fans are still concerned about whether their offense is good enough to avoid a third straight loss to Kansas State.

Bring on the PodCats with CRFF’s Micah Allen

Cowboys Ride For Free’s Micah Allen returns to help us preview what could be a defensive showdown Saturday in Stillwater.

Bring on the PodCats with Nevada Sports Net’s Chris Murray

A longtime Nevada beat writer tells us why the Wildcats defense will face a significant test Saturday against reigning MWC player of the year Carson Strong and the Wolfpack

Bring on the PodCats: Realignment edition

We break down the realignment coming from Oklahoma and Texas bolting to the SEC, focusing especially on what it will mean for Kansas State’s future.

Bring on the PodCats with Ryan Black

Despite some signs of progress, Bruce Weber’s status as the coach at Kansas State continues to be a hot topic of debate. The Manhattan Mercury’s Ryan Black joined us to look at both sides.

Bring on the PodCats with K-State RG Ben Adler

Ben joined us to look back at his first season as a starter and how he went from Winfield to Kansas State.

Bring on the PodCats with Viva The Matadors

VTM’s basketball aficionado, Emory Lyda, helps us try to figure out why Texas Tech didn’t fall off a cliff like Kansas State after both teams lost most of their production after winning the 2019 Big 12 title.

Bring on the PodCats with The Eagle’s Travis Brown

Kansas State’s preparing for a pillow fight against Texas A&M, so we asked Travis Brown to help us preview the matchup.

Bring on the PodCats with The Orange Report’s Mike Barnes

Mike Barnes of The Orange Report explains why No. 4 Texas represents a massive challenge for the struggling Wildcats.