K-State Men's Basketball
The Wildcats and Jayhawks square off in Lawrence tonight, will we get to party like it’s 1983?
Nowell flirts with a triple-double, but falls just short.
Florida fan and bracketologist Chris Dobbertean joins us to talk about Saturday’s game and break down K-State’s outlook for the NCAA tournament. Hint: It’s very good.
The Wildcats face a tough Red Raiders squad that’s still looking for their first win in 2023
Carlos believes Texas Tech’s young, talented team is coming together and might be cohesive enough to present a challenge for the heavily favored Wildcats at Bramlage on Saturday.
Jerome Tang and his Wildcats get their first taste of the rivalry game with the Jayhawks.
The Wildcats will look too keep up their winning ways against the Horned Frogs.
Our good friend and TCU basketball sports information director Steven Schoon returns to the podcast to explain how the Frogs have managed to stay competitive and even picked up some big wins despite some serious outside shooting struggles.
The Wildcats return home to face the Cowboys carrying their highest ranking in a decade.
The Wildcats will look to continue their winnings ways in 2023 against a very good Bears squad.
Our friend Matt Wilson is excited about Jerome Tang’s reunion in Waco and said the inexperienced Bears are dealing with some growing pains, especially in the frontcourt, that will sound very familiar to Kansas State fans.
The Cats get back to work looking to open 2023 the same way they closed 2022.
After a disappointing Sugar Bowl, Tang’s Gang salvages something from New Years’ Eve.
The Wildcats will see what they’ve got against the Mountaineers
Wichita Eagle/KC Star beat writer Kellis Robinett joined us for a basketball conversation, breaking down why K-State’s so much more fun to watch this season and just how high this team could finish in an ultra-competitive league.