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Can Kansas State Stop the Bleeding?

K-State basketball needs a win tonight after a two game road losing streak. Plus National Signing Day notes

NCAA Basketball: Kansas State at Tennessee Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports


It was all National Signing Day, all day yesterday at Bring on the Cats, with Gracey Terrill and JT VanGilder doing the heavy lifting.

First up was Gracey’s interview of Danny Walker, and thanks to her question about the blazin’ challenge from Buffalo Wild Wings, a new hashtag has sprouted up with this 2017 class, #spicyboyz.

JT gave us a breakdown of both the defensive commits, and later followed with a breakdown on the offensive side of the ball.

Finally, JT provided us with the signing day open thread. Be sure to stop over there to check out all the breaking National Signing Day news.

In the only non-signing day news, Luke Thompson solo’d this week on the podcast due to scheduling issues with the rest of the staff. That’s okay, because this week’s guest was none other than Matt Wilson (aka MattIsBear on twitter), and for those of you new to the podcast, Matt’s podcast are maybe the best PodCats episodes out there.


National Signing Day. It’s dominated the past few days of K-State news and today is no different.

The newest K-State offensive lineman all have something in common. No it’s not that they play on the offensive line. It’s that they all hail from the state of Kansas. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Kellis later provides a breakdown of the top five players according to 247Sports, and previews which players may be a surprise sign for the Wildcats today. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)


There is a basketball game tonight as the Wildcats host the TCU Horned Frogs tonight in Manhattan. Hopefully after back to back road losses the Wildcats learned some hard lessons. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Xavier Sneed has been one of Kansas State tops three-point shooters this season, but he needs to continue driving inside and finishing around the rim to really help improve the Wildcats offense. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Finally, the Wildcats need a win tonight to help stop the bleeding from their two game road trip. (Scott Popp, The Collegian)