You’ve got questions about the Kansas State Wildcats. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has got answers. This week’s K-State Q&A is loaded with fun topics on the upcoming football season and the possibility of new uniforms.
Josh Rivas, a former Hutchinson football standout and current Kansas State offensive lineman, has shed more than 50 pounds since he got to Manhattan. Now he is fighting for a starting spot for the Wildcats.
Isaiah Zuber led Kansas State by a wide margin in receptions last season, but that doesn’t mean he was the Wildcats’ best receiver. He only averaged 10 yards per catch. This year, he says things will be different.
Kansas State running back Alex Barnes rushed for a career high 819 yards last season, but that number could have been higher if not for a nagging ankle injury. Now healthy, he seems poised for a bounce-back year.
Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson became one of the first redshirt freshmen to succeed under Wildcats coach Bill Snyder last season. Fueled by the memory of his mother and grandfather, he seems poised for more in 2018.
The Kansas State football team announced captains for the upcoming season on Monday. The Wildcats usually lock a handful of them into place at the spring game. This year, they waited until preseason camp started.
What does the upcoming football season hold for the Kansas State Wildcats? Take a sneak peek with five predictions and a game-by-game schedule breakdown with predicted scores of K-State’s regular-season games by beat writer Kellis Robinett.
Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder signed a new five-year contract with the Wildcats earlier this week. That should send a statement and help K-State on the recruiting trail this year. Also: other answers to K-State fan questions.
Bill Snyder, days after saying he could see himself continuing to coach for “quite some time,” has agreed to a new five-year contract as Kansas State Wildcats football coach that will run through 2022. He’ll make $3.45 million this season.
Bill Snyder is the oldest active coach in college football, but you wouldn’t know it watching him hold court earlier this week at Kansas State Wildcats football media day. After beating throat cancer, he seems re-energized and isn’t talking about retirement.
Much was said at Kansas State Wildcats football media day on Tuesday. Here are five of the highlights, including quotes about Alex Barnes, Blake Seiler, quarterbacks Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson, and the special teams.
Kansas State running back Dalvin Warmack has had three quiet seasons with the Wildcats. He also announced plans to transfer over the spring. But he stayed and there is now legitimate hope he can go out with a bang as a senior.
Starting this season, Kansas State football fans will be able to purchase chicken from the popular fast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A at every home game inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Here’s where you can find the chicken stands at the game.
With Kansas State football players set to begin training camp on Friday, here are five important questions the Wildcats need to answer on defense over the next month as they prepare for their first game against South Dakota.