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Football Returns with Matchup vs. UTEP

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K-State fans cheer for the Wildcats against Auburn at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on September 18, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

September 27, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

K-State football (2-1, 1-0 Big 12) returns to Bill Snyder Family Stadium today at 11 a.m., with a matchup against the UTEP Miners (2-1, 0-0 C-USA). 

Zumach Makes Wildcat History

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K-State's Kylee Zumach digs the ball against Arkansas at Bramlage Coliseum in Manhattan, Kansas on September 4, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

September 26, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

Kylee Zumach has done something no other K-State volleyball player has ever done before.

K-State Equestrian Starts Strong in 2014

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September 25, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

The No. 5 K-State equestrian team is off to a hot start this 2014 -15 season, and its not planning on slowing down any time soon.

Tuesdays in Vanier | A Look at Week Five

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K-State's Jonathan Truman and Ryan Mueller line up against Stephen F. Austin at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on August 30, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)
September 24, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

Just like every Tuesday, yesterday afternoon media gathered in the Vanier Football Complex ready to interview K-State football head coach Bill Snyder and his Wildcat football players.

Locker Room Chats | Part 2

September 23, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

The 2014-15 K-State men's basketball season is just around the corner, and leading up to the season, K-State Sports Extra readers have the opportunity to get to know the returning players on a whole new level through this fall's "Locker Room Chats" series. 

Letter from A.D. John Currie - September 22

Good afternoon K-State Nation!

I hope you were truly able to use Sunday as a day of rest after a very busy several days in MHK!

Let's start today's update by congratulating Coach Suzie Fritz and the K-State volleyball team, which on Saturday captured its third early season tournament title of the season - this time in Ann Arbor defeating host Michigan on its homecourt along with Eastern Michigan and Youngstown State. Having now won 11 straight matches, Coach Fritz's squad is 13-1 and on the cusp of a Top 25 ranking. We have a Wildcat Weekend coming up as the Cats host Baylor at 7 p.m., Saturday in Ahearn Field House to open Big 12 Conference play. Remember, you can get in for just $3 with your UTEP football ticket stub. I look forward to seeing a great K-State crowd in Ahearn Saturday night.

ESPNU College Road Trip Visits K-State

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ESPNU RoadTrip host Rayven Tirado shoots video of K-State tailgaters before the football game against Auburn at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on September 18, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

September 22, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

A pleasant surprise - that's how ESPNU College Road Trip hosts Rayven Tirado and Jordan Eichenblatt said they would describe their visit to K-State last week.

Are You Invincible?

September 21, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

In a world where anything can be shared with the masses through just the click of a button, many athletes nation-wide, collegiate and professional alike, have learned the hard way what happens when a poor decision is made.

Sideline Report: Sam Ponder Returns to K-State

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ESPN College GameDay reporter Samantha Ponder talks with K-State head coach Bill Snyder during halftime against Auburn at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on September 18, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

September 20, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

It's been a while since ESPN college football sideline reporter and College Gameday host Sam Ponder has visited Manhattan, Kansas. While the scenery may be a bit different than it was five years ago, she's glad to see the foundation has remained the same.

Keep Moving On

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K-State's Dakorey Johnson intercepts a pass against Auburn at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on September 18, 2014. (Scott D. Weaver/K-State Athletics)

September 19, 2014
By Kelly McHugh

Keep moving on, keep fighting - that's the only thing No. 20 K-State football can do now that last night's 20-14 loss to the No. 5 Auburn Tigers is in the rearview mirror. A game littered with mistakes, while the Wildcats may have closed the night with the "L," the team proved it was capable of keeping up with any team in the nation.