Cats Talented and Deep at The Ends

Players ... proven players ... will flank the defensive line as Eric Childs and Brandon Harold return as starters, and backed by the ultra-talented Kadero Terrell from Garden City Community College. It's a plus-area of the team.
August 17, 2009

"We Want To Show The Fans"

It's finally here ... a game. Kansas State wraps up its spring football season Saturday at 3 p.m. with the playing of the annual Purple-White game. How will Carson Coffman look? And, how about the new 1-2 running punch of Valentine and Childs? Who is making his mover? Read more and Tune in Saturday!
May 1, 2009

Snyder Stays With 16 "Commandments"

For the most part, Bill Snyder has not changed. His "16 Commandments" are still in place and the idea of building a program starts with off the field matters. There will be accountability, there are rules to follow and they are exact, including mental reps....
April 27, 2009

Spring Footbal - Consistently Inconsistent

The Early Results are in for Spring Football...Pieces are falling into place in Kansas State's spring football camp, but inconsistencies in practice continue to plague the Wildcats. The process for Coach Snyder has begun and this is what he had to say about the progress made so far....
April 17, 2009

KSU Announces Football Player Reps for 2009

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder announced Monday that nine Wildcats have been named player representatives for the 2009 season.
February 3, 2009

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Snyder Interview

AN INTERVIEW EXCLUSIVE with Bill Snyder, We Got It! One by one, Bill Snyder is forming his 2009 Kansas State football coach. From his first staff in 1989, times have changed, and the task is harder. This is a look inside the staff HCBS is putting together and the players who may or may not put off the NFL. READ MORE HERE!
December 9, 2008

Speed Demon - Deon Murphy

Deon Murphy is fast, blazing fast and is quickly becoming a major Weapon for the Wildcat Offense. Coach Prince discusses his role in the offense. Antwon Moore Injury update..... and A NEW STARTER in the WR rotation emerges..... Read On
September 12, 2007

Cat Attack!!

The No. 4-ranked Texas Longhorn football team had the ball on Kansas State's 21-yard line midway through the third quarter with the score tied at 21. Texas running back Jamaal Charles took the handoff and was hit by Wildcat linebacker Justin Roland. Roland's hit jarred the ball loose and it was picked up by defensive end Ian Campbell on the Wildcat 20-yard line.
November 12, 2006