Monthly Archives: December 2012

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For many people in Manhattan, loving their K-State football team is a way of life; Saturday's are often reserved to tailgate, cheer for the...

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In arguably the biggest game in K-State football history, the Wildcats are faced with an intimidating challenge: slowing down one of the most dynamic...

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It has been 30 days since the No. 5 K-State Wildcats were celebrating in Bill Snyder Family Stadium after defeating then-No. 18 Texas to...

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Speed kills, at least that is how the saying goes, and there are few arenas where speed is put on display such as it...

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In the final game of the non-conference schedule, the Wildcats (11-2) again had a battle on their hands, eventually pulling away for the 70-50...

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With a population of 226,721 people according to the latest U.S. census, Glendale, AZ is a city that loves its sports. With a team...

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Holidays, traveling and injuries have all played a factor since the last time the No. 25 K-State Wildcats took to the court against then...

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There is always preparation on the defensive side of the ball for every opponent. Against a team like Oregon, however, teams have to take...

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When looking at the Oregon offense, there is no denying that they are the most explosive offense in the country. With running backs Kenjon...

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By Matt Walks sports editor, The Daily Emerald As we get closer to the bowl game, the K-State Collegian and the University of Oregon's campus...

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Although the Oregon Ducks high-powered offensive attack receives more national attention, a team doesn't post an 11-1 record without a solid defense. Oregon held...

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When the Wildcats travel to Glendale, Ariz. to try and capture the first BCS Bowl victory in school history, they will have their hands...

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For the first time since 1981, the K-State Wildcats men’s basketball team defeated a top-10 non-conference foe by defeating the No. 8 Florida Gators...

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Coming off one of the greatest seasons in school history, senior quarterback Collin Klein went to New York hoping to become K-State's first ever...

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Evert Nelson, staff writer With data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pointing to an increase in influenza activity which started in...

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The indoor track season begins today in Ahearn Field House, as the Wildcats host the Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon and KSU All-Comers track meet today...

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It was announced in November that the Museum of Modern Art plans to add 14 video games to its collection. The news has been...

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Hana Johnson, contributing writer With the traditional school year lasting August through May, students who sign 12-month leases are often left to find a way...

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The K-State First program is designed to "create an outstanding university experience for every first-year student" according to their website. The program is organized...

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With winter in full swing, it is time to once again prepare for the emergence of one of the holiday season’s predominant claims to...