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Slate: K-State smothers Oklahoma State to extend win streak to 3.

K-State downed Oklahoma State 59-48 last night plus notes on Tyler Burns returning to Kansas State.

That’s 3 in a row for the MittieCats Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports


Luke Thompson, JT VanGilder, and gigthem08 of Good Bull Hunting sat down together on this week’s edition of Bring on the PodCats to talk about this weekend’s match-up between the Wildcats and the Aggies.


The MittieCats have now won three in a row following the home loss to Kansas, this time dispatching the Oklahoma State Cowgirls 59-48. The Wildcats played stifling defense all night allowing Oklahoma State to shoot only 24% from the field, and holding them to 5-27 from the three point line. Next up for the Wildcats is a road game against West Virginia.


Chris Klieman got another recruiting victory yesterday, but it was a bit unusual. Former Wildcat, now current Wildcat Tyler Burns has returned to the team as a walk-on. The junior left the team prior to his sophomore season, after playing mainly on special teams his freshman year. His return will provide depth to a depleted running back corp following the departure of Dalvin Warmack, Justin Silmon, and Alex Barnes.

It wasn’t all good news for K-State football yesterday as E.J. Thomas, a freshman DB, officially entered the college football transfer portal. Thomas becomes the second player following Alex Delton to transfer from Kansas State this off-season.

Lastly, some former Wildcat news. Dalton Risner began his journey to the NFL this week with the start of Senior Bowl practice ahead of Saturday’s game.