Category Archives: K-STATE

Fill out those March Madness brackets

basketball bracket

MARCH 2015 – What makes “March Madness” so special that even the slightest sports fans go, well, nuts for?

Why do we all of the sudden become micro college basketball experts and we look at 68 teams and try our best shot of predicting the winner?

Iwundu-rful stuff, but inconsistent at Kansas State

K-State's Wesley Iwundu

FEBRUARY 2015 – One game he’ll show up on the ESPN highlights with a high-flying dunk. The next game he’ll barely show up on the stat sheet. Welcome to the world of—channeling our inner-Chris Berman—Wesley Iwundu “What He’s Gonna Do Next.”

Iwundu, the talented, versatile 6-7 Kansas State forward, has pro potential if he can focus and channel his talents. But that’s a big “if.”

“I think he can be really good,” Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber said.

Williams seizing the opportunity at Kansas State

KSU-Williams

JANUARY 2015 – For a college basketball player—unless you have freaky skills—success often comes when you take advantage of opportunities. Such is the story of Nino Williams.

Williams, a 6-5 Kansas State senior forward, has a career of opportunities seized. Let’s start with his prep career.

Williams is from St. Louis, but prior to his sophomore year of high school, his school’s coach got fired. He decided to look for other options, and the best one appeared to be at a prep school in Kansas City. However, he quickly realized that it was too good to be true.