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Dodge City CC football continues losing skid

The Dodge City Community College football team has now lost five straight games after Saturday’s loss at Iowa Central, dropping them to 2-6 on the year. The Conquistadors turned the ball over seven times and had penalties totaling 100 yards. The players were disappointed and even a bit surprised at how the game turned out.

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K-State previews their match up with Texas

Bill Snyder and his K-State Wildcats reviewed their big win over the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday and addressed their match up coming up on October 25th against Texas. Here is the transcript from the press conference:

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On quarterback Jake Waters…
“As I have said often in here, I see a young guy that is committed to becoming a better player and works diligently at it. He studies…

Tigers end 2 game losing skid at Emporia State

Fort Hays State continued its solid play on the road this year, holding off Emporia State for a 24-21 win on Saturday (Oct. 18) in Emporia. It was the first win for the Tigers in Emporia since 2000 as the Hornets had won the last six meetings on their home field. FHSU moved to 4-3 overall, 4-3 in the MIAA, while ESU dropped to 3-4 overall, 3-4 in the MIAA.

The Tigers used a pair of quick-strike…

Wildcats survive in Norman

Michael Hunnicutt missed a 19-yard field goal late as No. 14 Kansas State held off No. 11 Oklahoma 31-30 on Saturday afternoon.

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Jayhawks fall in Lubbock

Davis Webb threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns to lead Texas Tech to a 34-21 win over Kansas on Saturday, snapping the Red Raiders' eight-game Big 12 skid that dated to last season.

Frustration after 3-3 start is fueling FHSU

How expectations have changed surrounding the Fort Hays State football program. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that a 3-3 would have been considered a pretty good start to the season. And now…

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FHSU Men's soccer falls one spot in DII Poll

Fort Hays State Men's Soccer slipped one spot to No. 25 in the latest NSCAA National Rankings, released Tuesday (Oct. 7), despite pushing its current win streak to six and outscoring opponents, 11-5, on the weekend.  The Tigers picked up two wins last weekend, grabbing a 3-2 overtime victory over Upper Iowa and defeating Southern Nazarene, 8-3.

FHSU (8-3-1, 5-2-0 MIAA) is joined by MIAA opponent…

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