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MANHATTAN, Kan. - It’s heading into the final one-third of the 2011 Kansas State football season with Wildcats still serving as candidates for postseason honors, and the Wildcats still a hot commodity for television cameras.
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The visiting Wildcats hope to send their backers to the pay window on Saturday as they look to cover the spread at Boone Pickens Stadium against the Cowboys.
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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Yes, Kansas State led for a time, 17-14, but only a short time as Oklahoma scored the final 44 points Saturday in blasting the previously unbeaten Wildcats, 58-17. The loss dropped the Wildcats to No. 17 in the national polls heading into Saturday’s 7 p.m. kickoff at No. 3 ranked and 8-0 Oklahoma State.
Josh Heupel and Jay Norvell break down Oklahoma's offensive performance against Kansas State after their 58-17 rout of the Wildcats.
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State has shown a great deal of interest in JuCo cornerback Mohammad Seisay who currently plays for Eastern Arizona College in Thacher, AZ. Is a Visit in the wors to Manhattan?
NORMAN, Okla. — Wide receiver Jaz Reynolds broke out again against Kansas State last weekend with a pair of touchdown receptions and another fantastic one-hand grab, and he talks with the media inside.