Kansas State Wildcats

4th BIG12 I | 20-8
    • Jim Harbaugh confirms TE Devin Asiasi will transfer from Michigan
      NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk26 minutes ago

      Jim Harbaugh confirms TE Devin Asiasi will transfer from Michigan

      The reports of a couple of weeks ago have indeed come to fruition. Earlier this month, speculation had Devin Asiasi considering a transfer from Michigan back closer to his home on the West Coast. Tuesday night, the tight end’s head coach confirmed the transfer part of the equation. “Yeah, he’s moving on, transferring,” Jim Harbaugh said according to mlive.com. “He leaves in great status. He was doing great in school, doing great in football, really popular and well-liked by his teammates. “We wish him well.” USC and UCLA are currently rumored to be among Asiasi’s potential landing spots. One of Asiasi’s former high school teammates, Boss Tagaloa, plays defensive tackle for the Bruins and the

    • Tom Izzo challenged to help Michigan State keep NCAA streak
      CollegeBasketballTalk

      Tom Izzo challenged to help Michigan State keep NCAA streak

      EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Eron Harris will not score another point for Michigan State this season. The senior guard, though, did deliver an assist to the Spartans with a tear-jerking speech after finding out his college career was over because of a season-ending knee injury . Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, still emotional a day later, said Harris provided his inspirational perspective at a team meeting Sunday by sharing his thoughts while being taken off the court at Purdue on a stretcher. “I realized my career is over,”‘ Izzo recalled Harris saying as the coach fought back more tears. “That was … that was hard.” It will be really difficult for the Spartans (16-11, 8-6 Big Ten) to extend their

    • Montell Cozart becomes third Kansas QB to leave in two months
      NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk

      Montell Cozart becomes third Kansas QB to leave in two months

      If it wasn’t clear before, it is now — Kansas’ quarterback room will have a decidedly different look this coming season. On his personal Twitter account Tuesday afternoon, Montell Cozart announced his decision to transfer from the Jayhawks and finish his playing career elsewhere. The quarterback described it as “a tough decision that brought along a lot of prayer, sleepless nights, and meaningful talks with my family.” Cozart started five games as a true sophomore in 2014, then started three of the first four games of the 2015 season before a shoulder injury ultimately sidelined him for the remainder of the year.  After starting seven games this past season, he lost his job just past the midway