Jon Morse kicked it off yesterday with his Q&A, as he asked Seth C from Viva the Matadors the pressing Tech questions. Curtis Kitchen, TB, Jon, and wildcat00 explained what is wrong with the Wildcats offense during the round table. Luke was joined by Mike TTU from Viva the Matadors for this weeks Bring on the Podcast (for those that listen via Itunes look for it to be on there sometime today). Lastly, BracketCat has your Wildcat's in the NFL.
I'll put this here even though it's not all football, but K-State Sports has your Top 10 September Moments in Kansas State Sports.
Kellis Robinett has a story on how great K-State has been against the run, and the challenge the Wildcats face with pass happy Tech coming to town. He also has his preview of the game noting his key to the game will be Charles Jones, and DeMarcus Robinson going against Tech's porous run defense will be a difference maker.
USA Today checks in with a preview/match-up report for the Texas Tech vs. Kansas State game, while the Dallas Morning News' Tommy Magelssen has his preview where he predicts a K-State victory 45 to 28.
ESPN's Big 12 Blog has a couple different Week 6 reports, the first which spotlights the players to watch (spoiler for K-State it's a bad, bad man named Debo), meanwhile the blog team of Jake Trotter, Brandon Chatmon, and Max Olson all picked the Wildcats over Tech.
After losing five straight to Texas Tech, Kansas State has righted the ship and rattled off three straight wins against the Red Raiders, writes Wendell Barnhouse of Big12sports.com
Our Podcast buddy, Adam Suderman, looks back at the historic 65-yard field goal by Martin Gramatica.
CBSSports.com has the conference power rankings as most of the non-conference schedule is over and teams prepare for conference play. You won't be shocked by who is ranked number 1.
Marcus Foster was selected as a First-team All-Conference player reports Rustin Dodd of the KC Star.
The excitment for the Men's Basketball team is easily higher than it's ever been since Bruce Weber came to the Little Apple and on Monday, single-game tickets and mini packs will go on sale.
Ken Corbitt writes that K-State faces higher expectations, and will rely on better depth and experience to improve upon last season. Kellis Robinett notes that last season playing time was easier to come by due to a lack of depth, but this season Coach Weber expects every player to battle, and earn their playing time.
Fernando Roman from the Cross Country, and Track and Field team was selected to represent Kansas State as a Rhodes and Marshall scholar nominee. Kudos to Roman for winning such a prestigious nomination.
A few hours before the Wildcats take the field against the Red Raiders, the Women's Volleyball team will take the court in Lubbock to square off with Tech's volleyball team. K-State coming off a Sunflower Showdown victory, looks to improve to 2-1 in conference play.