It’s been 20 years since The Win. And to commemorate the occasion Wildcat00 takes a look back and Kansas State’s victory over Nebraska.
After you’ve re-lived the Kansas State glory days, take a few minutes to sit down with Luke Thompson and Eric Rubottom on this week’s version of Bring on the PodCats.
With two games left in the season (cuz let’s be real, we aren’t making a bowl), there is still a chance true freshman John Holcombe II will play this season since both Skylar Thompson and Alex Delton are still battling injuries. (Ryan Black, Manhattan Mercury)
Kansas State has been known for spectacular special teams for years. This season has been a vast departure from that norm, and Bill Snyder is running out of ways to improve the special teams. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
An unexpected bright spot this season is Justin Hughes’ growth as a player after being thrust into the starting line-up due to injuries. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
Goodnews for Kansas State yesterday, as the Wildcats signed four players during the basketball early signing period, including previously uncommitted Goodnews Kpegeol a 6 foot 5 inch guard from Pensacola, Fl. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
The women also added new players with forward Emma Chapman, and guard Jada Thorpe committing to the MittieCats for next season. (staff reports, Manhattan Mercury)
Kansas State scored a surprising Sunflower series sweep in volleyball last night. The VolleyCats rallied down 2 sets to take the final 3 behind senior Kylee Zumach a.k.a. The Magical Unicorn. (Matt Galloway. The Capital Journal).