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Smack / Mar 23, 2013 / 1:22 am

Georgetown Goes Down In Major Upset; Tony Parker Is Back

Marshall Henderson

New Mexico, move over. You have company. As bad as our brackets were screwed by Harvard on Thursday (and two people in the Dime clan had the Lobos going to at least the Final Four), the Hoyas might’ve done even more damage … Read More »

College / Mar 26, 2012 / 2:30 pm

College Coach Frank Martin Paid His Former Prep Players

Frank Martin

It’s not exactly as it seems, but yes, Kansas State head coach Frank Martin did pay his former players. Martin coached high school ball for 16 years in the same Miami inner city that he grew up in, and said this weekend during CBS’ coverage of the NCAA Tournament that he regularly gave money to his former prep players once they moved on to college. Read More »

College / Jan 27, 2012 / 4:30 pm

The Top 5 College Basketball Sleeper Teams Right Now

Jeffery Taylor

With 342 Division I basketball teams in America, there will always be teams that fly under the radar. Every year, every tournament, there will be bracket busters and new faces. Spring is a time of new life. And March always brings us fresh, unknown blood. We’re at the midway point in the year and there are a few teams that could gain some steam as the years goes on. Read More »

College / Aug 31, 2011 / 2:00 pm

Exclusive Photos Of Kansas State’s New Court Design

Bramlage Coliseum

With no NBA season on the horizon, college basketball is going to be the best show around this fall. (Although my boys McCarthy and Heaslip would argue that it always has been.) And for anyone that’s ever been to a game at Kansas State’s Bramlage Coliseum – also known as the “Octagon of Doom” – you know the atmosphere is like none other. I mean, they do play in Manhattan after all. Anyways, when word broke that the floor – originally purchased and installed in 2004 – had received a new court design to incorporate the athletics department’s new branding effort, we thought y’all might like to see it. Read More »

College, NBA, NBA Draft / Jun 1, 2011 / 4:30 pm

NBA Draft: The Best Player To Go Undrafted Will Be Kansas State’s Jacob Pullen

Jacob Pullen

There’s a reason that basketball has been thriving again in Manhattan, Kansas. And it’s less about Bob Huggins, Michael Beasley and Bill Walker‘s respectively quick residencies; it has to do with Coach Frank Martin and his beast of a senior guard, Jacob Pullen. Read More »

College / Nov 9, 2010 / 11:45 am

Jacob Pullen Has Kansas State Thinking Final Four

Now that the Top 25 has come out, it is time to preview some of the best college teams in the 2010-11 season. The key to having a successful team is having the perfect blend of athleticism, fundamentals and chemistry. Last week, we broke down was the No. 2 ranked team, the Michigan State Spartans. This week’s profile will be on Frank Martin‘s Kansas State Wildcats. Read More »

College, NBA, NBA Draft / Jun 2, 2010 / 4:00 pm

NBA Draft: You Need To Know About Denis Clemente

Rewind to three years ago, when it looked like it might be all over for Denis Clemente. After two suspensions for violations of team rules, including one beginning midseason that lasted until year’s end, Miami Hurricanes head coach Frank Haith dismissed the talented sophomore point guard from his squad. Faced with a mandatory transfer redshirt year, Clemente made the move to Manhattan, Kansas to rejuvenate his career as a Wildcat. Now, with two All-Big 12 selections and one prestigious All-American award to his name, one thing is clear: a lot can change in three years. Read More »