The Kansas State Wildcats season kicked off last Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. It wasn’t the easiest game to watch as the Wildcats looked very sloppy to start the game.
Following the July live period, the Wildcats narrowed down its focus to a certain amount of players and some of them will be filling the stands this weekend when the 'Cats take on Missouri State.
The Kansas State Wildcats will announce Bruce Weber as the new head men's basketball coach at a 3:00pm press conference today. On March 9th, Weber was fired from Illinois after finishing the season 17-15 with the Fighting Illini.
Kansas State was picked to finish sixth in the Big 12 by the coaches before the season and despite finishing close to that, the Wildcats proved to be a much better team in a stacked Big 12 Conference.
After a formidable season for the Kansas State Wildcats, both Jordan Henriquez and Rodney McGruder were handed All-Big 12 honors this season, while senior Jamar Samuels was given an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention.
Many K-State fans have been accustomed to successful basketball years in the past but for some reason, the Wildcats feel lost in the pact of a three team race for No. 1 in the Big 12.
The day K-State been waiting for is nearly upon us. Rap battles have occurred. Trash talk has circulated on message boards. But on January 6th the players will have the final word.
Rodney McGruder was perfect from the field in the first half of the 2011 Diamond Head Classic and finished business in the second half leading K-State to a 77-60 victory over Long Beach State.
Jordan Henriquez scored a career-high 17 points, added eight rebounds and two blocks off the bench, as the Kansas State Wildcats (7-1, 0-0) managed to hold off the No. 21 Alabama Crimson Tide.
K-State will face another tough test during non-conference as they take on Alabama tonight at the Sprint Center, arguably the toughest opponent they'll face until conference play.