Category Archives: Live Blog

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Live Blog: K-State 59, KU 7

Kansas State easily defeated Kansas 59-7.

End Third Quarter
Another Carson Cofmman touchdown gives K-State a 52-0 lead.

7:14 Third Quarter
Stephen Harrison picked up a fumble and ran it in for an 85-yard touchdown. The Wildcats’ already obscene lead is now 45-0.

11:42 Third Quarter
Carson Coffman continues to add on to the Wildcats’ lead. He just hit Andrew McDonald for a 28-yard touchdown pass to put K-State ahead 38-0.

1:51 Second Quarter
K-State’s offense is making Kansas defenders look silly. Carson Coffman just hit Travis Tannahill for a wide-open 13-yard touchdown pass to put K-State ahead 31-0.
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Live Blog: K-State vs. North Texas

Aside from a few shaky moments at the beginning, No. 2 seed Kansas State easily defeated No. 15 seed North Texas 82-62 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at the Ford Center.

With the victory, the Wildcats advanced to the field of 32, where they will take on No. 7 seed BYU on Saturday.

Against the Mean Green, K-State was led by Denis Clemente, who scored 17 points. Curtis Kelly and Jacob Pullen each added 15, while Dominique Sutton chipped in 12.
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Live Blog: Mizzou 38, K-State 12

The Kansas State football team has made a name for itself this season by making its opponents pay for their mistakes while limiting its own.

On Saturday at Snyder Family Stadium, the Wildcats were beaten at their own game and lost to Missouri 38-12.

K-State committed three turnovers, never got its running game going and could do nothing to stop Mizzou’s high-powered passing game.

Tigers quarterback Blaine Gabbert completed 20 of 27 pass for 298 yards and three touchdowns. All three of his scores went to wide receiver Danario Alexander, who looked particularly good amassing 200 yards on 10 catches.
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Live Blog: K-State 17, KU 10

It’s a done deal. The fans are still in their seats SCREAMING the K-S-UUUUU Wildcats cheer.

Good win for the Wildcats. They run out the clock and win 17-10 to stay on top of the Big 12 North standings.

3:07 4th Quarter
Kansas is beginning to call timeouts in an attempt to save clock.

K-State can end the game with a series of good runs here.

5:20 4th Quarter
Kansas just made its first field goal of the game and has pulled to within 17-10.

The drive ate up all kinds of clock and ended with a 46-yard field goal.

Kansas State will get the ball back after the ensuing kickoff. A touchdown return from Brandon Banks would be perfect for the Wildcats right now. But a handful of first down runs by Daniel Thomas would do the trick too.
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Live Blog: K-State 20, Colorado 6

They ran off the field to applause but were greeted in the locker room by an angry coach.

Despite his team improving to 3-1 in Big 12 play and defeating Colorado 20-6 on Saturday at Snyder Family Stadium, coach Bill Snyder was very disappointed in the way his team played.

He said the offense played miserably, and if not for a great defensive effort the Wildcats likely would have lost. But K-State came up with a great defensive effort. Aside from Colorado’s opening and ending drives, the Buffaloes were unable to move the ball.

Next up is a trip to Oklahoma. Check back later for a full postgame report.
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Live Blog: K-State 62, Texas A&M 14

Just got back from the interview room. Everyone is pretty happy about this win.

Going from 52 down to 48 up, that’s kind of expected. K-State dominated in every phase of the game.

Six sacks from the Wildcats’ defensive line and 62 points from their offense. All around strong effort. Check back later for a lengthier post.
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Live Blog: Texas Tech 66, K-State 14

And Texas Tech wins it 66-14. Check in later for a postgame report.

4:09 Fourth Quarter
Thomas seems OK on the sidelines, but Keithen Valentine has been playing late in the blowout.

Texas Tech just threw its eighth touchdown pass of the game, which is the most every allowed in a single game by K-State.

Brutal loss here in Lubbock. Steven Sheffield’s line alone was 490 yards and seven touchdowns.

Indivudally, Jeffrey Fitzgerald and Keithen Valentine have played good games for the Wildcats. Fitzgerald came up with a sack and a pick 6. Valentine may end with more than 100 yards and a TD.
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Live Blog: K-State 24, Iowa State 23

What a strange ending. Iowa State came through with a miracle touchdown pass to pull to within one point but K-State blocked the PAT to hold on for a 24-23 win.

Raphael Guidry is being credited for the block.

K-State improves to 3-2. Iowa State drops to 3-2.
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