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The Texas Longhorns will take on the Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday, December 1 in Manhattan, Kansas at 7:00 pm on ABC.
Texas (8-3) has lost 4 straight to Bill Snyder’s Wildcats (10-1) with the last loss coming last year in Austin, 17-13.
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Is Texas running back Malcolm Brown healthy and thinking of transferring? Photo: Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE
A rumor is swirling that former 5 star recruit and current Longhorn Sophomore RB Malcolm Brown is wanting to transfer from Texas, possibly to Texas A&M. Surprisingly enough, I have not seen near the amount of people expressing a desire for Brown to remain a Longhorn as I...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Texas coach Mack Brown says Case McCoy will start at quarterback this week for the No. 23 Longhorns at No. 7 Kansas State.
Starter David Ash is listed as questionable after a rib injury in last week's loss to TCU. Ash had three turnovers in the first half in one of his worst games of the season
McCoy led Texas (8-3, 5-3 Big 12) on a late touchdown drive...
As the football season rolls on, the injury report typically gets longer and longer. And that's no exception for the 2012 Texas Longhorns heading into their regular season finale against Kansas State.
Collin Klein and Kansas State were off this weekend, readying for a season-ending showdown that could decide whether the Wildcats can claim a BCS bowl berth or not. The Heisman, which seemed Klein’s to take if he could continue to lead the nation’s No. 1 team, slipped from the senior’s hands before Kansas State dropped its first game of the season last weekend...
Michigan looks to make it two for two in New York City against Kansas State in the NIT Season Tip Off Championship. Tip off is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. with the game televised on ESPN (or WatchESPN.com). Join in the discussion before, during and after the game in the comments section below.
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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Nigel Malone and Allen Chapman have been a considerable part of Kansas State's success this season. The cornerback duo has combined for eight interceptions and 21 pass breakups in 11 games. Unfortunately for Kansas state fans, both players are seniors and the staff will have to find someone to fill the void next season.