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SLATE: Kansas State soccer gets a result on the road

Plus some random Sunday football reactions.

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For the fourth times in five games this season, Wildcat sophomore Emma Malsy kept a clean sheet as Kansas State Wildcats finished their brief two-game weekend road trip to California with a 0-0 draw against San Jose State Spartans. Malsy recorded six saves throughout regulation and overtime. The Cats had a chance to get the lead when Katie Cramer missed a penalty kick in the 28th minute, but it went wide of the left post.

The Cats (3-1-1) will return home for a Friday night contest against UMKC. If you’re holding a ticket to Saturday’s game against Mississippi State Bulldogs or if you bring a canned food item, you can get a $3 ticket. So those of you coming into town early should really go support the ladies, you hear?


The Eagle’s Kellis Robinett reports that Alex Barnes has apologized to... well, you for his three fumbles Saturday night. Be gracious and accept. Robinett also gives out his grades for Saturday’s performance, and they’re not good news for the offense or coaching staff.

Yesterday’s Sports Extra has Corbin McGuire asserting that Isaiah Zuber and Blake Lynch have picked up where Byron Pringle and Matt McCrane left off, but maybe we should slow the roll on that for a couple of weeks.

Mick Garry of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader offers up his five takeaways from Saturday’s game from the Coyote perspective. He may be giving South Dakota’s defense too much credit.

At USA Today, Dan Wolken’s misery index doesn’t officially include K-State... but it is giving the Wildcats the side-eye. Texas and Texas Tech, though? They’re totally on there.


In today’s Sports Extra, McGuire checks in with former Wildcat athletic director Max Urick ahead of his induction into the K-State Sports Hall of Fame on September 27.