KODY COOK RUMORS & GOSSIP

TBT disappoints, preseason polls get it wrong

We bring you a really, really LATE edition of the Sunday Slate. It's less than two months to kickoff now, and BracketCat counts us down with a doubleheader: the enigmatic Osvelt Joseph at #47, and at #48, fullback Konnor Cook, the younger brother of last year's great hero, Kody Cook. The Basketball Tournament featured a reunion of former Kansas State players...
Via Bring on the Cats
July 17, 2016

Kansas State loses 45-23 to Arkansas in Liberty Bowl

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) It ultimately didn't matter much who Kansas State started at quarterback in the Liberty Bowl. The defense's inability to slow down Arkansas would have doomed the Wildcats no matter who ran their offense. Alex Collins ran for 185 yards and three touchdowns and Arkansas capped its late-season surge with a 45-23 victory over Kansas State on Saturday to snap the...
Via Associated Press
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

K-State coach Snyder keeps his starting quarterback a secret

Who will start at quarterback for Kansas State in today's Liberty Bowl against the Arkansas Razorbacks? You'll just have to wait.K-State coach Bill Snyder has remained on the fence -- at least publicly -- when it comes to picking his starter: Either Joe Hubener, the second-string quarterback who took over for injured Jesse Ertz in the season-opener, or Kody Cook, the senior wide...
Via FOX Sports
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Double-duty Kody Cook could be college football's most unique story

Kody Cook will never forget his senior season at Kansas State. And likely neither will Wildcats fans. Cook has excelled at two positions out of necessity over the course of the season. One snap he's hauling in passes as the team's second-leading receiver. The next play, he's taking the snap.Cook, a high school quarterback who became a junior-college receiver before landing at K-State...
Via FOX Sports
December 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Poll: Should K-State start Hubener or Cook in Liberty Bowl?

Kansas State coach Bill Snyder doesn't know who he'll start at quarterback against Arkansas in the Liberty Bowl. His decision is between Joe Hubener and receiver-turned-QB Kody Cook.Hubener took over in the season-opener after starter Jesse Ertz went down with a season-ending knee injury. Cook has been used sporadically as an emergency QB when Hubener has been banged up, and he's...
Via FOX Sports
December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas State just needs a QB, any QB, to survive a game unhurt

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Kansas State coach Bill Snyder isn't ruling out anybody under center. "We got (295-pound defensive lineman) Will Geary back there now," he quipped Tuesday, as the Wildcats prepare to face No. 2 TCU following a 36-34 loss to No. 21 Oklahoma State. "It's like you say, you look around, but it is slim pickings." In the first four weeks this season, Kansas State (3...
Via Associated Press
October 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas State starting QB comes down to staying healthy

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Kansas State coach Bill Snyder isn't ruling out anybody under center. ''We got (295-pound defensive lineman) Will Geary back there now,'' he quipped Tuesday, as the Wildcats prepare to face No. 2 TCU following a 36-34 loss to No. 21 Oklahoma State. ''It's like you say, you look around, but it is slim pickings.'' In the first four weeks this season, Kansas State...
Via Associated Press
October 06, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kansas State WR Kody Cook Makes Awesome One-Handed Catch While Being Interfered With

Kansas State had a little trouble getting the offense going against Louisiana Tech Saturday afternoon, but when they needed it most they got a big play from wide receiver Kody Cook. Down by seven towards the end of the third quarter he got the Wildcats in the end zone with a tremendous one-handed catch while he was being interfered with.Cook would later catch the go-ahead touchdown...
Via FatManWriting
September 20, 2015  |  Discuss

K-State's Hubener, Cook connect to outlast Louisiana Tech in 3OT

Kansas State is going to have to figure out an identity on the fly after losing its starting quarterback in Week 1. The Wildcats will feel a lot better delving into that issue this week with a triple-overtime win over Louisiana Tech than lamenting an unexpected loss. Backup-turned-starting quarterback Joe Hubener, who until last week had never started a game at quarterback at any...
Via FOX Sports
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas State tops Louisiana Tech 39-33 in 3OT

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Joe Hubener threw three touchdown passes, including a 31-yard strike to Kody Cook on third and 16 in triple overtime, and Kansas State survived a scare against Louisiana Tech, 39-33, on Saturday. Hubener completed 15 of 26 passes for 195 yards. Justin Silmon gained 114 yards on 24 carries, becoming the first Kansas State running back since 2013 to break the...
Via Associated Press
September 19, 2015  |  Discuss
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