We cover the K-State Wildcats. "3MAW" features John Kurtz - former Sports Director of 1350 KMAN radio in Manhattan, Derek Young - Editor of the On3 site "K-StateOnline," plus former K-State beat writer for the Manhattan Mercury, Cole Manbeck.
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John Kurtz and Cole Manbeck break down the continued struggles of Kansas State men's basketball. Where have things gone wrong for the Wildcats? What can be learned from other 2nd year coaches around the country? What's the path to the NCAA tournament... more
Jazsmin Halliburton and Sophie Dilley break down the ups and downs for Kansas State women's basketball as the Wildcats look to push for the conference championship down the stretch. more
John Kurtz and Derek Young give their thoughts on Kansas State's road loss against BYU and take a look at the Wildcats NCAA Tournament resume ahead of their matchup with TCU. more
Great stuff every episode and has become my first choice for listening to podcasts. “College football runs through Manhattan, Kansas!” EMAW
Watered down KSO stuff on the regular show. You can tell John and Derek don’t care as they both have bigger platforms they bring actual effort to.
These podcasts are like they’re reading off of a script. Nothing seems organic. These guys have known each other for awhile, why is there no chemistry? Wish they would have grown over time, just hasn’t happened.
These podcasts are like they’re reading off of a script. Nothing seems organic. These guys have known each other for awhile, why is there no chemistry?
The host use the F word, and takes the Lords name in vain frequently along with many other obscenities be careful with your children.
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KCSN: K-State Athletics launched 3 years ago and published 270 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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