MANHATTAN — On paper, Friday night’s matchup of bottom-feeding Big 12 baseball teams didn’t look promising for those seeking quality baseball.
But for nearly five and a half innings, quality baseball was exactly what was played between in-state r… Continue reading →
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Frank Duncan allowed just one run over five innings, but suffered a tough-luck loss Friday night as a trio of Kansas State pitchers blanked the Jayhawks, 2-0, in front of 1,551 fans at Tointon Family Stadium in the first … Continue reading →
Senior Alena Krechyk was crowned the conference’s hammer throw champion Friday at the 2012 Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Kansas State University. Krechyk’s winning mark of 69.02 meters (226-05 ft.) smashed both the Big 12 meet … Continue reading →
Latest numbers from the NCAA confirm college basketball remains a popular spectator sport in the state of Kansas.
Kansas ranked 10th nationally in average home attendance in 2011-12, down one spot from the previous season, while K-State moved up one sp… Continue reading →
Shortly after new Kansas Football Coach Charlie Weis arrived on campus, he made quick work in upgrading the talent pool. Starting at the quarterback position, Weis landed two transfer quarterbacks in Dayne Crist and Jake Heaps that were easily the two … Continue reading →
I’ve been inspired by the boys at the Big Ten Blog, and this should be a fun walk-through each week in the new-look Big 12 next season. I’ll pick one game a week during the season that I’d attend if it were entirely up to me. I don’t make the call, and… Continue reading →