Playing for Pride

Playing for pride is not what an athlete wants to do. That term comes with playing in a game with absolutely nothing on the line, which is exactly where Kansas State and Iowa State find themselves entering this final week of the 2008 season.
November 21, 2008

K-State drops 56-28 decision to Nebraska

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)—Junior Brandon Banks tallied 167 yards in kick returns, including a 98-yard touchdown jaunt, as Kansas State dropped a 56-28 decision to Nebraska on Saturday afternoon at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
November 16, 2008

2008 Not Going As Planned

Third-year coach Ron Prince had several areas of emphasis on offense and defense entering the year, but not many are panning out in this 4-4 season.
October 28, 2008

Prince Talks About Colorado

Kansas State coach Ron Prince and four players talked about their season and this week's game at Colorado at the Wildcats' weekly press conference.
October 16, 2008

Red Raiders outduel 'Cats, 58-28

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)—Graham Harrell threw six touchdown passes and shattered the Texas Tech record for career yards passing, leading the No. 7 Red Raiders past Kansas State 58-28 in the teams' Big 12 opener Saturday.
October 5, 2008

Brown After Receiver Spot

Lamark Brown went pretty much unnoticed in 2007, but aims to correct that standing within the K-State football team in 2008. He may not personally replace Jordy Nelson's 122 catches, but the Wildcat sophomore does want to do his part.
April 3, 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

Cali WR is Ecstatic to be a Wildcat

Coach Prince and company went to the West Coast and picked up a Big commitment in Big Wideout Ernie Pierce. Pierce talks with KStateFans about his decision and how happy he is to have signed with the Cats
February 7, 2007