Kansas State beats Wichita State 5-4

The BatCats beat WSU last night 5-4, and have now won 8 of 10. Plus staff discussions and basketball notes. It’s another slow news day here at Bring on the Cats, and so the discussion topic for the day is: Should Bill Snyder Family Stadium server beer? And if so, shouldn’t Tallgrass automatically be the beer of choice at Fort Snyder? Previously Yesterdays slate story on Jordy...
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May 03, 2017

Penalties continue to hold Kansas State back.

Plus the defense looks to continue its great play, and Jordy Nelson receives a huge honor. Football Missed in yesterday’s sLATEness was a story on Dominique Heath’s Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week award by former BOTC writer, Derek Smith. Today, Derek brought everyone a story on Kansas State’s swarming defense, and it’s quest to return to the glory days of K-State defense...
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September 21, 2016

Bishop, Sproles, Nelson to be honored by K-State

Kansas State will be adding some pretty impressive names into its Ring of Honor. Quarterback Michael Bishop,  receiver Jordy Nelson, running back Darren Sproles and safety Clarence Scott will be inducted on Sept. 5 in Manhattan, Kan. Bishop led the Wildcats to the 1997 Big 12 title game and within one game of playing for the national title. Nelson totaled 2,822 yards receiving and...
Via FOX Sports
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas State Will Add 4 Players to Football Ring of Honor

Kansas State Wildcats head coach Bill Snyder has been one of the best college football coaches of the last 25 years and has coached some great players along the way. The university announced on Thursday that they will induct four former players to the Football Ring of Honor. Those players are Darren Sproles, Michael Bishop, Jordy Nelson, and Clarence Scott. All four had illustrious...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Green Bay's Draft

So we first started off drafting a WR, but I think we might move him to tight end because we need one. Jordy Nelson is 6'2 220 lbs. I don't know, that's pretty big, but if he stays at WR then we will be a pretty physical team at that position. We also picked up Brian Brohm from Louisville, so I will have many opportunities to be a living hell being around the ball trying to pick...
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April 26, 2008  |  19 Comments

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