JT rounded up a strong recruiting weekend for the Wildcats breaking down the commitments of Rashaan York, Levi Archer, and Malik Knowles. Stick with Bring on the Cats in the coming weeks, as National Signing day is just two weeks away.
Matt McCrane was a record setting kicker at Kansas State, and he hopes his powerful right leg will carry him to the NFL. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
In further recruiting news, highly touted linebacker Daniel Green is now academically eligible and he will report to the Wildcats for the 2018 season. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
The promotions continue to roll in for Kansas State. Linebackers coach Blake Seiler is expected to replace retiring defensive coordinator Tom Hayes. Seiler’s promotion is another internal hire, coming on the heels of Andre Coleman’s promotion to offensive coordinator. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
It’s an almost all Kellis Robinett slate today. That continues with his preview/breakdown of next seasons Paradise Jam event, and the continued lack of non-conference strength for the Wildcats. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)
Kansas State hasn’t won in Norman since the George W. Bush administration, and that streak continued yesterday as the Wildcats dropped a 68-49 contest against the Sooners. Junior point guard Kayla Goth was the only ‘Cat to reach double digits with 10 points on 40% shooting. She also notched seven assists. (Staff Reports, Manhattan Mercury)