Alamo Bowl Watch Party - January 2, 2015
We had another great crowd of K-State fans cheering for the Wildcats at Ricky's. The team started off very poorly down 31-6 at halftime. Though the score was lopsided, K-State mistakes made it worse as at least 14 points could have been scored if not for a dropped ball in the end zone and a touchdown return by Lockett that was called back because of a holding penalty. At halftime we had a drawing that included several K-State shirts and a coffee mug as prizes. The second half, fortunately, was a complete reversal of the first half as the Wildcats outscored the Bruins 29-9, before eventually losing 40-35.


Baylor Watch Party - December 7, 2014
Over twenty K-Staters at Ricky's were disappointed with the outcome of tonight's
game. Though the Cats lost to Baylor in Waco they competed to the end losing 38-27. Baylors defense slowed down the Cats rushing game as has been a problem in recent games, but the passing game was solid. Tyler Lockett had another big game including breaking his father's school touchdown record at twenty-seven. It was a very hard fought game for both teams with K-State safety Dylan Schellenberg likely breaking his foot.

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Kansas Watch Party - November 29, 2014
We KU traveled to Manhattan to take on the Cats on Senior Day. As has been a regular occurrence during the Snyder era the Cats once again overwhelmed the Jayhawks winning 51-13! The offense started the game off with two quick touchdowns that set the tone for the game. Tyler ‘he will missed next year’ Lockett, had another great game. He passed his father, Kevin, for No. 1 in K-State history with 222 career receptions and has tied him with 26 career receptions. The rushing game was also much improved today.

We had another very good showing of K-State fans at Ricky’s. We had a drawing for five give aways including three tee shirts. Spencer Sechler ’87 uncle, Tony Duran, provided a number of tee shirts that will be included in future drawings. Also, at half time Dennis Schmidt ’71 was presented with a surprise birthday cupcake by his wife Donna. In addition to Dennis receiving the treat everyone in attendance also got a fancy cupcake!

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West Virginia Watch Party - November 20, 2014
We had over a dozen K-Staters at Ricky’s biting their nails throughout tonight’s game as the Cat's took on the West Virginia Mountaineers. K-State's passing game was very good, but the running game has become more than embarrassing, actually atrocious. Eventually the Cats did gain one yard rushing for the entire game. In spite of that performance, Jake Waters and Tyler Lockett teamed up for multiple big passing plays. Lockett gained 196 yards passing while Waters threw for 400 yards. The sixth most passing yards in a game in K-State history. The bottom line was that K-State eked out a 26-20 victory. 


TCU Watch Party - November 8, 2014
The Cats played in the biggest football game of the day Saturday in Fort Worth, as #7 K-State took on the #6 TCU Horn Frogs. TCU proved that they were the much better team, at least for today. K-State's offense was quite embarrassing. When you only have thirty-four yards rushing . . . .  Well you get the idea. The final score was 41-20. Though the game and score was not what we had hoped for the K-Staters at Ricky's at a fun time. 


Oklahoma State Watch Party - November 1, 2014
Oklahoma State marched down the field and scored on their first posession. That was the last time their offense put points on the board as K-State once again played a very good football game winning 48-14. Individual great efforts and receptions by Tyler Lockett and Curry Sexton were key on offense. The defense sacked the Cowboys quarterback, almost at will, set the tone for the victory.

We had another great Watch Party at Ricky's with twenty K-Stater's enjoying the rout of the Cowboys.


Texas Watch Party - October 25, 2014
Today, we had another good showing of CaliforniaCats at Ricky's for the Texas Longhorn. K-State came out hot moving down field twice, but were held to two field goals. Near the end of the first half the Cats scored a touchdown and then moved the ball well the rest of the game. The defense played extremely well holding Texas scoreless in the 23-0 victory. The first shutout for Texas in ten years. The victory was the 500th for Kansas State.

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Oklahoma Watch Party - October 18, 2014
Ricky's was packed with over twenty K-Staters and two Oklahoma fans for Saturday's K-State-OU football game in Norman. The game was exciting from the first to last play as the score bounced back and forth for much of the game. OU fell victim to horrible kicking much like K-State did earlier in the season when their kicker missed two field goal and had an extra point blocked. K-State's offense and defense made big plays when needed. Final score: 31-30 for a big K-State win.

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Texas Tech Watch Party - October 4, 2014
To the delight of K-Stater's at Ricky's in San Leandro the Cats made the 45-13 victory look easy. QB Waters had a great day passing and rushing as did the defense holding the Red Raiders offense in check. In addition to a great game at halftime we had a drawing for K-State shirts at the Watch Party.

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UTEP Watch Party - September 27, 2014
AAnother good showing, included several new members, at Ricky's for K-Stater's for this early Saturday morning game. The game itself in the first half was painful to sit through as neither team could get into a rhythym because of incessant penalties, time outs, TV time outs and officials gaffes. A remarkable comment for a team that scored 30 points and held the seventh ranked rushing team in the country to nine yards rushing in the first half. The ultimate score of 58-28 could have been 84-0 with how well the Cats played, especially in the second half. At least the second and third team backups got some game experience. Jim Siefkin hosted this week's Watch Party. 


Auburn Watch Party - September 18, 2014
A great crowd of fifteen K-State supporters at Ricky's Thursday night cheered on the Cats, especially considering the game started at 4:30 PM. Though K-State had fewer points on the scoreboard, 20-14, than Auburn, Auburn did not beat K-State tonight. Disappointingly K-State beat K-State. The defense played extremely well and the offense played an average game as the run game was throtled by the Tigers from Auburn. For everyone who saw the game they know that the special team play, or lack thereof lost the game. Tonight's game was hosted by Don Bentsen.

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Iowa State Watch Party - September 6, 2014
For the second week the Cats came out on a roll and scored a touchdown on their first possession and field goals on the next two. The game seemed well in hand until Iowa State scored 28 straight points. K-State scored late in the second half and eventually got the lead again with only minutes to go in the game to pull out a 32-28 victory. Julie Deppish and Jim Siefken hosted today's Watch Party.


Stephen F. Austin Game - August 30, 2014
The Cats came out on a roll for the first game of the year blasting SFA 55-16. The play and points differential was a welcome relief from the past several years at the team played those games a little too close. Tyler Lockett caught his first and only pass for K-State's first points and left the game to a very strong cast of fellow receivers as five receivers had multiple catches. In addition to strong receiver play the rushing attack was very balanced
with six running backs getting significant yardage.


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