MEMPHIS, Tenn. — During his five-year career as a Kansas State football player, Boston Stiverson has developed numerous life-long friendships with teammates and coaches.There’s another group of people in the K-State program he has come to know all too well.“The trainers and I are really good friends now,” Stiverson said.
WICHITA — One recurring theme for Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber is the importance of improvement through practice.With a week between games there was time for the Wildcats to work on some things after a loss at Texas A&M...
With the Wildcats on a six-game losing streak, K-State football coach Bill Snyder asked his players to search for inspiration in a familiar place, suggesting they study his 16 goals for success: commitment, unselfishness, unity, improve, be tough,...
It will be a while before anyone knows how good Kansas State’s basketball team is, but the Wildcats gave fans reason to hope during a 80-42 exhibition victory against Emporia State on Friday at Bramlage Coliseum.
MANHATTAN — Kansas State coach Bill Snyder admits he has impossible standards with constant room for improvement, but “the foundation for improvement is there” as his football team works through a bye week.“They know I always expect more,” Snyder said Tuesday at his weekly media session. “Granted, you can run into some difficulty with that because it’s ‘the man will never be satisfied.’ But I tell the players, why would you go out and spend all that time and work so hard to stay the same? That doesn’t make any sense to me, so I think you would want to improve yourself.”
MANHATTAN - Starve a body and fix a foot. OK, no one ever recommended such a homespun cure - even old-timers who stockpile medicine cabinets with cod liver oil, lozenge tins and Epsom salts. And no, D.J.
With injuries and illness to the back-up quarterbacks, Kansas State implemented an emergency plan during practice last week.Kody Cook, the Wildcats’ leading receiver, began taking snaps behind Joe Hubener and was called into action when Hubener was...
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