Posted March 23, 2013 on
Kansas City, Mo. - Kansas State saved its worst half of basketball for the year for the absolute worst time in falling to La Salle in the NCAA Tournament in Kansas City Friday, 63-61.

La Salle player busts out the ‘landshark’ after upset of Kansas State, Marshall Henderson approves

This La Salle player threw up the landshark after the No. 13-seed Explorers upset No. 4 Kansas State. Ole Miss' Marshall Henderson loves it.

ESPN doesn’t know what La Salle’s logo is

After La Salle pulled off the huge upset over Kansas State on Friday, ESPN went to break down the matchups that would take place in the West Region on Sunday.  The only issue is they didn’t know what La Salle’s logo was and put a generic NCAA logo next to their name.  A simple google search could have provided them with a logo, or perhaps if they had just checked the team page...

KU Offers KSU Commit Warmack

2014 running back Dalvin Warmack committed to Kansas State just days after receiving an offer from Missouri. A week ago, Charlie Weis and KU offered the Blue Springs prospect. Go Inside as Warmack talks about being recruited by the three local schools…

Post Game Interview: Lady 'Cats

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State will advance in the WNIT with their win over TSU at Bramlage.

'Cats Offer One of Their Own

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Dana Dimel returned to the Kansas State staff in for a third time in 2009 after coaching at Arizona. It was that year his son, Winston, began his playing career at Manhattan High School. The 6-foot-1, 220-pound fullback/linebacker is now in his junior year and recently received his first offer from the Wildcat coaching staff.
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