Kansas State senior Deon Murphy is now a junior ... again. Murphy will be a three-position starter for the Wildcats as he's listed as a starting wide receiver, plus No. 1 punt returner and top kickoff return man. Murphy will be part of a veteran starting lineup Saturday against North Texas that includes 20 seniors and juniors
August 25, 2008
It's two weeks before the opener against North Texas, but third-year Kansas State coach Ron Prince is high enough on his Wildcats to be talking about winning the Big 12 North championship. That's due to the number of returnees, but also the growth in such newcomers as Keithen Valentine and Logan Dold at running back, and Olu Hall at linebacker.
August 17, 2008
Kansas State's offense put up better than 35 points per game in 2007, yet the Wildcats won just five games. That's because of a defense that didn't do its part. Out to change that in 2008 is second-year defensive coordinator Tim Tibesar. K-State's spring game will be played Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
April 16, 2008
Kansas State will stage the first of 14 spring ball workouts on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium with the high hopes of improving on last year's 5-7 record. The Wildcats return 20 players who have started at least one game, and will field a spring roster of 21 seniors, 20 juniors, 13 sophomores and 11 freshmen. The annual Purple-White game will take place on April 19.
March 28, 2008
Defensive Tackle Brandon Balkcom made his official visit to Manhattan with fellow NEO teammates, Justin Roland, Antwon Moore and Wildcat DE Target - Chris Wade this weekend. Balkcom came away impressed with his visit but said he was not alone. There are some interesting comments in regards to the other recruits who visited this weekend. Other commitments coming? To follow this story, click on the link below.
January 23, 2006