Kansas St. Wildcats

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2018 Big 12 Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Oklahoma 8-1 12-2
Texas 7-2 10-4
Iowa State 6-3 8-5
West Virginia 6-3 8-4
TCU 4-5 7-6
Baylor 4-5 7-6
Kansas State 3-6 5-7
Texas Tech 3-6 5-7
Oklahoma State 3-6 7-6
Kansas 1-8 3-9

Kansas St. Wildcats News

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    Bring On The Cats: 42 DAYS TO 2019 KICKOFF: Chris Dugan

    Christopher Allen Dugan (b. April 3, 1997) is a walk-on linebacker from the community college ranks who played in three games in 2018 -- enough to preserve his redshirt and two additional seasons of eligibility -- playing exclusively on kickoff coverage.

    He made two tackles while covering kicks in his first career game, against Oklahoma State.

    Prior to coming to K-State, Dugan competed under head coach Tim Schaffner for two seasons at Butler Community College, where he totaled 48 career tackles and 8.5 tackles for loss.

    He had a season-high four stops against Air Force Prep and Ellsworth in 2017, while he had 1.

    Christopher Allen Dugan (b. April 3, 1997) is a walk-on linebacker from the community college ranks who played in three games in 2018 -- enough to preserve his redshirt and two additional seasons of eligibility -- playing exclusively on kickoff coverage.

    He made two tackles while covering kicks in his first career game, against Oklahoma State.

    Prior to coming to K-State, Dugan competed under head coach Tim Schaffner for two seasons at Butler Community College, where he totaled 48 career tackles and 8.5 tackles for loss.

    He had a season-high four stops against Air Force Prep and Ellsworth in 2017, while he had 1.

  • @KStateFB • 2d

    Bring On The Cats: Slate: Football smatterings

    Yesterday Jon announced that YOU can participate the Bring on the Cat's top 25 poll every week. All you have to do is sign-up here, so you can voice your opinion on how overrated every SEC team is in the polls each week.

    <strong>Football</strong>

    With media days still fresh in everyone's mind we continue to have football news content to provide to you. Chris Klieman said playing time at Kansas State is a big recruiting factor right now. That's evidenced by his praise for freshman wideout Joshua Younblood who Klieman said is the "one that probably jumped out at me the most".

    Yesterday Jon announced that YOU can participate the Bring on the Cat's top 25 poll every week. All you have to do is sign-up here, so you can voice your opinion on how overrated every SEC team is in the polls each week.

    <strong>Football</strong>

    With media days still fresh in everyone's mind we continue to have football news content to provide to you. Chris Klieman said playing time at Kansas State is a big recruiting factor right now. That's evidenced by his praise for freshman wideout Joshua Younblood who Klieman said is the "one that probably jumped out at me the most".

  • @KStateFB • 2d
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  • Making waves #KStateFB x Pool Party https://t.co/thWUk0DK03

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  • Walk into the room and get their attention and from behind-the-scenes of #Big12FB Media Days#KStateFB https://t.co/EMDSZ25FpJ

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  • 50 daysAre you ready?#KStateFB https://t.co/BMH2pNVOgu

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  • UpdatesNew banners on the East Side of The Bill #KStateFB https://t.co/M7SVBvzkET

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    Bring On The Cats: SLATE: K-State Looks to Build a Culture and a Roster in Coach Klieman's Image

    A smattering. We have an actual smattering of news today!

    BracketCat inched closer to the midway point on his 100-day introduction of the K-State roster with his feature of No. 54, Emporia offensive lineman Hayden Perry.

    Drew Schneider, meanwhile, applied his analytical eye to 2020 recruit Sam Shields and concluded that the Manhattan High offensive lineman's combination of size and mobility bode well for his future as a Wildcat.

    K-State has revealed the names of team members who will attend Big 12 Media days. The list is about who you would expect.

    A smattering. We have an actual smattering of news today!

    BracketCat inched closer to the midway point on his 100-day introduction of the K-State roster with his feature of No. 54, Emporia offensive lineman Hayden Perry.

    Drew Schneider, meanwhile, applied his analytical eye to 2020 recruit Sam Shields and concluded that the Manhattan High offensive lineman's combination of size and mobility bode well for his future as a Wildcat.

    K-State has revealed the names of team members who will attend Big 12 Media days. The list is about who you would expect.

  • @KStateFB • 1w

    Bring On The Cats: How to Evaluate Kansas State Recruiting

    We're in a "dead period" in college football, so I thought it would be a good time to about what all this recruiting stuff means (in my humble opinion of course).

    Where is Kansas State Now?

    First off, I think the 2020 class for Kansas State is coming together about as well as you could hope. As of this moment (which means little to nothing), according to 247 sports, Kansas State has the 32 ranked recruiting class in the nation, and the 3rd best recruiting class in the Big 12.

    That's a deceiving though.

    We're in a "dead period" in college football, so I thought it would be a good time to about what all this recruiting stuff means (in my humble opinion of course).

    Where is Kansas State Now?

    First off, I think the 2020 class for Kansas State is coming together about as well as you could hope. As of this moment (which means little to nothing), according to 247 sports, Kansas State has the 32 ranked recruiting class in the nation, and the 3rd best recruiting class in the Big 12.

    That's a deceiving though.

  • @KStateFB • 2w
  • Perform in 2018, earn the respect in 2019Walker Preseason All-Big 12 Team#KStateFB x #Big12FB https://t.co/Zh3xPCAh1l

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  • Keep pushingSummer '19 x #KStateFB https://t.co/2j9HtINYrF

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  • @KStateFB • 3w

    Bring On The Cats: 59 DAYS TO 2019 KICKOFF: Drew Wiley

    Andrew Lee Wiley (b. Sept. 10, 1998) is a physical defensive tackle from Vinton-Shellsburg High School in Vinton, Iowa. He will compete for an increased role and possible starting duties in the interior of the defensive line this season as a junior.

    A young, tough player who saw considerable playing time as a true freshman in 2017, Wiley played in all 13 games, primarily in short-yardage situations and on special teams.

    He registered three tackles on the year, including a season-best two against Charlotte.

    Wiley also saw time in every game in 2018 on short-yardage plays and on field goal defense.

    Andrew Lee Wiley (b. Sept. 10, 1998) is a physical defensive tackle from Vinton-Shellsburg High School in Vinton, Iowa. He will compete for an increased role and possible starting duties in the interior of the defensive line this season as a junior.

    A young, tough player who saw considerable playing time as a true freshman in 2017, Wiley played in all 13 games, primarily in short-yardage situations and on special teams.

    He registered three tackles on the year, including a season-best two against Charlotte.

    Wiley also saw time in every game in 2018 on short-yardage plays and on field goal defense.

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    Bring On The Cats: 63 DAYS TO 2019 KICKOFF: Ben Adler

    Benjamin Joseph Adler (b. Oct. 17, 1998) is a highly touted offensive guard prospect from Trinity Academy in Wichita who plans on majoring in construction management.

    He redshirted in 2017, started at left guard for the White team in the 2018 spring game and played in one game last season, seeing action late in the UTSA game.

    Ben's older brother, Will, was a sharpshooting small forward for Winfield High School and Butler County Community College, while their father, Marcus, played collegiate baseball at Missouri and minor league baseball as part of the Detroit Tigers system.

    Benjamin Joseph Adler (b. Oct. 17, 1998) is a highly touted offensive guard prospect from Trinity Academy in Wichita who plans on majoring in construction management.

    He redshirted in 2017, started at left guard for the White team in the 2018 spring game and played in one game last season, seeing action late in the UTSA game.

    Ben's older brother, Will, was a sharpshooting small forward for Winfield High School and Butler County Community College, while their father, Marcus, played collegiate baseball at Missouri and minor league baseball as part of the Detroit Tigers system.

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