1. Kansas State Football '08: Return of the "Lynch Mob" or Descent Into Mediocrity?

    I never was a Ron Prince fan. I wasn't a hater either, but to say I was cautiously optimistic about his hiring at Kansas State would be an overstatement...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about over 6 years ago 2,007 reads 6 comments

  2. Kansas State Football: Critiquing the 2008 Wildcats

    Basketball season has officially ended for Kansas State University. Of course I’m going to watch every minute of the remaining three games—mostly because I have this fantasy where ...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about over 6 years ago 1,388 reads 10 comments

  3. Kansas State Basketball: A Summary and Prospectus

    After watching my bracket being summarily demolished by the likes of Davidson, Villanova and Butler, I have a hard time agreeing with the Nike Sparq ads that 'there are no Cinderalla's'...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about over 6 years ago 1,785 reads 9 comments

  4. Kansas State Wildcats: Postseason Ready?

    After starting 7-1 in the Big 12 with huge wins over then-#9 Texas A&M and then-#2 Kansas, the Wildcats dropped four in a row and five of six in a stretch that dropped them from ...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about almost 7 years ago 551 reads 0 comments

  5. Why Jason Whitlock Is Wrong about Kansas State Basketball

    I've never been a Jason Whitlock fan. He has some good analyses, but his opinion and mine never seem to line up. Then again, I guess that's what the Kansas City Star pays him for—his opinion...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about almost 7 years ago 1,207 reads 2 comments

  6. Struggling Kansas State Wildcats look to define season, selves.

    Bill Walker is an amazing talent. Find me one person who says otherwise and I'll call him a liar. Find me one person who says Bill Walker plays hard for forty minutes, is a good sport, and ...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about almost 7 years ago 401 reads 0 comments

  7. Frank Martin Finally Appears to be Getting His Young Wildcats on Track.

    After nearly a decade of mediocrity under the likes of Tom Asbury and the slightly more adept Jim Wooldridge, Bob Huggins put Kansas State basketball back on the map by landing the number one recruiting class in the nation...

    Hayes Charles Written by Hayes Charles about almost 7 years ago 716 reads 0 comments