Thursday’s edition of “The Game” on KMAN breaks down the K-State basketball team’s loss to Iowa State in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 tourney in Kansas City. Where will the Cats land come selection Sunday? Do you take any positives away from the loss to Iowa State? The K-State baseball team picked up a walk off win against Omaha on Wednesday night to extend their winning streak. The guys will take a look around the college basketball front including the rest of the Big 12 tourney. NFL Free agency continues with teams making big time moves, all that and much more on “The game” on KMAN.
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On today’s In Focus, Cathy spoke with Irwin Army Community Hospital TRICARE Online Manager, Sandra Bruner, and Irwin Army Community Hospital Access to Care Manager, Lillian Goddard, as well as Member of the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, Linda Weis and Director of the Commission, Peter Jasso.
KMAN’s Laura Monsanto filled in for Cathy this morning. Laura spoke with Rock Creek USD 323 Superintendent, Darrel Stufflebeam and Wamego Schools USD 320 Superintendent, Denis O’Dea, as well as recent speaker for the Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice, Phyllis Bennis.
“The Game” on KMAN gets you set for the men’s Big 12 basketball tournament in Kansas City that will begin on Wednesday night with first round games and quarterfinal games on Thursday. How much will a win over Iowa State in the Big 12 tourney help the Cats in the NCAA tourney? Can the Jayhawks win a National Title without Joel Embiid? The search is on to replace K-State women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson who was relieved of her duties on Sunday. Big week in college basketball as all the conference tournaments are getting underway with selection Sunday less than a week away. The high school basketball tournaments in Kansas begin on Wednesday including Manhattan High as they open up the 6A tourney with Shawnee Mission West. Brent Maycock from the Topeka Capital Journal will join the show to talk high school hoops. Mitch Holthus, voice of the Chiefs, will join the show to talk some hoops as well as football. All that and much more, plus “Get Fit” on “The Game” on KMAN.
A jammed packed edition of “Wildcat Insider” on KMAN breaks down a very busy weekend for K-State athletics with basketball and baseball in action all weekend long. The K-State men’s basketball team closed out the regular season with a loss at Bramlage against Baylor. Will play Iowa State in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 tourney on Thursday afternoon in Kansas City. Will the Wildcats be successful away from Bramlage? The K-State women close out the season with an 11-19 record and a first round loss to KU in the Big 12 tournament. Deb Patterson was released of her duties after 18 seasons at the helm of the K-State women’s program. The K-State baseball team is back to .500 at 7-7 with a sweep at home over the weekend against Iowa. Are the bat cats starting to figure things out? K-State AD John Currie will join the show to talk all things K-State. All that and much more on “Wildcat Insider” on KMAN.
On today’s InFocus, Cathy talks with State Representative Vern Swanson of Clay Center, followed by Jennifer Wilson, Riley County Extension Director, then Terry Holdren, Kansas Farm Bureau CEO and General Counsel, and ending with Lynda Bachelor, Project Coordinator with School of Leadership Studies at Kansas State.
“The Game” on KMAN is getting Wildcat fans ready for the final weekend in the Big 12. The guys will play out some scenarios that could play out for Bruce Weber and the Cats and how it will shake out next weeks Big 12 tourney in KC. The K-State women get ready for the Big 12 tourney tomorrow night in OKC. Can the K-State women play themselves into the postseason? The bat cats get ready for the home opener starting Friday afternoon with Iowa. K-State coming off three straight wins in Abilene Texas last weekend. Former K-State Safety Ty Zimmerman sat down with Matt Walters to talk football, future and much more. Brent Maycock from the Topeka Capital Journal to talk about Sub State hoops around the state of Kansas. All that and much more on “The Game” on KMAN.