Posted September 20, 2012 on
MANHATTAN< Kan. - A number of in-state prospects were on hand to witness Kansas State's big win over Miami at Bill Snyder Family Stadium two weekends ago. Among those in attendance was Dayton Valentine, a 6-foot-3, 255-pound tight end from Baldwin High School.

High stakes again with Oklahoma, K-State in top 15

A packed house was rocking and the game hadn't even started yet when Kansas State and Oklahoma players had to be separated and steered toward their own sideline. Once the Sooners took control in a clash of top 10 teams, the ice and hot dogs started flying out of the stands at them. That was a season ago, when the Big 12 rivals played on Kansas State's home field. The rematch...

OU vs. Kansas State: Three keys to victory

NORMAN, Okla. — Publisher Joey Helmer breaks down what OU must do in order to get a victory this weekend against the Kansas State Wildcats.

Stacy Keely Trips to Manhattan

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State may be looking to add a big possession receiver or two to this year's recruiting class. Although both Keely twins, Stacy and Eron, stand 6-foot-8, 200-pounds, they've been a couple of under-the-radar prospects from Omaha (Neb.) Northwest High School. They got the Wildcat coaches attention at June camp and were back on campus for the North...

Sooners ready to match K-State’s physicality

NORMAN, Okla. — Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder’s teams are known for their poise, being fundamentally sound, doing all the little things right to win games and not beating themselves.

Offensive update (Sept. 21): LG Adam Shead

NORMAN, Okla. — Left guard Adam Shead discusses this weekend's contest against Kansas State.

Offensive update (Sept. 21): James Patton

NORMAN, Okla. — Centers/guards coach James Patton previews the contest against Kansas State and talks about what they'll have to do up front to get a victory.
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