How many games will K-State win this season? Can the Wildcats produce a 1,000 yard rusher? Will backup quarterback Alex Delton play or redshirt? Beat writer Kellis Robinett answers these questions and more in this week’s K-State Q&A.
In the season-opening mailbag, The Star’s Rustin Dodd answers questions about the number of victories the Kansas football team might have this season and projecting the rotation for the men’s basketball team.
It’s been a long bye week for Sporting Kansas City, and many of our readers have chimed in about the officiating in Sporting KC’s 2-1 loss to the Colorado Rapids last Saturday night. Referees are fallible, but sometimes that’s not a good enough excuse.
On Wednesday night, the Kansas City Royals beat the Detroit Tigers 12-1. When you’re blowing out another team, the unwritten rules of baseball say that you shouldn’t run up the score. But here’s the problem with unwritten rules: they’re unwritten, so nobody is 100 percent sure what they are.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had his four-game suspension erased for his role in the so-called “Deflategate” scandal. The reaction? People were happy, sad, furious and glad. And that was just the people who play fantasy football.
Kansas City Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain absolutely crushed a pitch from Detroit’s Randy Wolf on Wednesday night during the 12-1 victory over the Tigers. MLB.com’s Statcast broke down the particulars of the home run. The numbers are impressive.
Prior to the Chiefs’ annual kickoff luncheon on Wednesday, team president Mark Donovan said the Chiefs have plans in the works to accommodate fans who can and can’t attend the team’s Nov. 1 game in London against the Detroit Lions.
Some major conferences are considering abolishing games against Football Championship Subdivision teams — like Missouri’s season-opening opponent Saturday at Memorial Stadium, Southeast Missouri. But Tigers coach Gary Pinkel sees value in the games.