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The Big 12 suspended four players from Kansas and Kansas State a combined 25 games Wednesday for their roles in a melee that spilled off the court and into a section of disabled seating in Allen Fieldhouse near the end of the third-ranked Jayhawks’ win over the Wildcats.
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Dedric Lawson had 18 points and 14 rebounds to cement his front-runner status for Big 12 player of the year, and No. 15 Kansas pounded No. 16 Kansas State 64-49 on Monday night, keeping alive its hopes of a 15th consecutive conference championship.
Bill Snyder already was considered the architect of the greatest turnaround in college football history before he decided to return from a three-year retirement to resurrect Kansas State again. Now, the 79-year-old coach is heading back into retirement.
Kansas State has signed Bill Snyder to a new, more lucrative five-year contract that could keep the 78-year-old coach with the Wildcats through the 2022 season. The new deal increases his salary to $3.45 million this season with increases of $300,000 each of the next two, and includes a clause allowing for salary renegotiation after the 2020 season.
Sister Jean and the Loyola Ramblers are headed to the Final Four. This improbable NCAA Tournament just took its craziest turn yet.
Demeaned by many pundits as the worst team still alive in the NCAA Tournament, ninth-seeded Kansas State got 22 points from Xavier Sneed and gave the South Regional one more upset with a 61-58 semifinal victory over Kentucky.
One word succinctly describes what’s transpired so far in the NCAA Tournament: Madness. But even that’s probably underselling it. A memorable, zany first two rounds – even by March Madness standards – set up what could be another wild two weekends in a tournament where anything can become reality.
Barry Brown scored 18 points, and Kansas State ended UMBC’s brief, but historic run in the NCAA Tournament with a 50-43 victory on Sunday night.
Barry Brown scored 18 points and ninth-seeded Kansas State posted a 69-59 wire-to-wire victory over No. 8 Creighton on Friday night despite playing without leading scorer Dean Wade.
Kalani Brown had 33 points and 19 rebounds, Lauren Cox scored 16 points and grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds and No. 4 Baylor stretched its winning streak to 14 games with a 75-50 victory over Kansas State on Saturday.
Teddy Allen scored 22 points, Lamont West added 19 and sixth-ranked West Virginia beat pesky Kansas State 77-69 on Monday to push the Mountaineers’ winning streak to 13 games.
Alex Delton ran for 158 yards and accounted for four touchdowns, leading Kansas State to a 35-17 Cactus Bowl victory over UCLA in Phoenix on Tuesday night in what could be the final game of coach Bill Snyder’s career. Duke and Utah were also bowl winners on Tuesday.
The super sub squeezed all of his game-high 24 points into that 25-minute span, shooting an efficient 9-of-14 from the field while helping the Cougars climb out of a 17-point hole.
Hey, remember when Washington State was the buzz of the West in college basketball?
At 9-2, KSU could very well be the most talented team the Cougars have seen during the nonconference season. And all the evidence suggests they’ll certainly be the toughest to score on.
As soon as Washington State’s basketball schedule was released, Danny Beard scrambled for tickets. For the first time in seven years, his alma mater – Kansas State – was coming back to eastern Washington.
Turns out Kansas State coach Bill Snyder did want Jim Leavitt on his staff this season. As the coach-in-waiting? Well, that’s still unclear. Snyder said during the Big 12’s weekly teleconference Monday that he offered his former assistant a job on his staff after linebackers coach Mike Cox left in the offseason.
Bill Snyder likes to spin a well-worn story about an old man from western Kansas, who had driven through the night many years ago to visit Kansas State’s coach after a victory in the Copper Bowl.