Competing since 1902, the Kansas State Wildcats have formed an impressive resume. The Wildcats have appeared in the NCAA Tournament over 25 times and advanced to four Final Fours. Kansas State was a runner up in 1951 and overall they have won nine conference tournaments. The Wildcats have consistently been rated as one of the best college basketball programs in the country. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Kansas State Wildcats basketball tickets.
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Kansas State Wildcats Basketball at Fred Bramlage Coliseum Address: 800 College Ave, Manhattan, Kansas, 66502
The Wildcats play their home games at the Fred Bramlage Coliseum, located in Manhattan, Kansas. With a capacity of nearly 12,500 loyal fans, the Fred Bramlage Coliseum is the place to be for all Kansas State Wildcats basketball games. “The Octagon of Doom” as it has been referred to gives Kansas State a huge home court advantage. The student section is also the largest in the Big 12. The Kansas State Wildcats home bench is on the Fred Bramlage Coliseum sideline with sections 7-8. Fred Bramlage Coliseum parking information is covered in out Wildcats event guide.
Known as the “Sunflower Showdown,” these state rivals are always battling in a heated contest to find out who is the best basketball program in the state. This match-up dates back to 1907 and is in the top 10 of most played games in college basketball history. With over 170 meetings and both teams playing in the same conference, this long standing rivalry will continue to be one of the best rivalries in all of college basketball for years to come.
Kansas State in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and Big 12 Tournament
The Wildcats have appeared in the NCAA Tournament over 25 times and advanced to four Final Fours. Kansas State best season came in 1951 when they lost in the National Championship game. Kansas State is still searching for their first Big 12 tournament championship.
2013-2014 Kansas State Wildcats Basketball Season Preview
The Jayhawks had a successful season in 2012-13 by almost anyone's standards -- except their own. The fans in Lawrence expect a championship, and with Andrew Wiggins in the mix now, the expectations are as high as ever. Both Perry Ellis and Wiggins are capable of knocking down 20 points every game, so opposing defenses will be struggling with how to even get one of them off their game.
Kansas will face both Duke and Florida before the Big 12 season gets underway, but it won't get any easier from there. Oklahoma State, Iowa State and Baylor all look like tough opponents as we get into the basketball season.
2011-2012 Kansas State Wildcats Basketball Season Preview
There are three things Frank Martin always bring to the table: intensity, 20-win seasons and NCAA tournament berths. Last year, the Kansas State Wildcats coach brought the school its fourth straight of both the former and latter under him, and is looking to make it five despite the loss of Jacob Pullen and his points.
The main spoke will have to be junior shooting guard Rodney McGruder, who will have to lead the team after learning how to do it for two years playing with Pullen. McGruder is a fantastic shooter who has range (averaging two three-pointers a game) and had 11.1 points per game. But to make up for Pullen’s points and leadership, McGruder will need help from three other team vets, fellow junior SG Martavious Irving, sophomore point guard Will Spradling and sophomore guard/forward hybrid Shane Southwell. If they live up to their promise that got them to Manhattan, then Frank Martin will surely get his fifth 20-win season and NCAA Tournament push.
2010-2011 Kansas State Wildcats Basketball Season Preview
The “Octagon Of Doom” doesn’t sound like a hospitable place, and that’s what KSU fans were going for when they nicknamed the home of the Wildcat basketball team, Bramlage Coliseum. They don’t let you forget it either, wearing t-shirts and holding signs that read “DOOM” on them and singing the school fight song before each game. If you’re an opposing player, the 13,000 fans will shake newspapers simultaneously as you’re introduced or chant “left, right, left” on your way to the bench if you’ve fouled out. And this was all before the 2010-11 season, where expectations are through the roof. If you want to be there when even larger pandemonium strikes Manhattan, Kansas, TicketCity has you covered.
You could say the pandemonium began when pre-season Big 12 Player of the Year Jacob Pullen arrived on campus three years ago. The now-senior boasts a resume that has him putting up 19 points a night and setting school records for three-pointers and steals. Alongside him, coach Frank Martin looks to use the team’s tremendous size upfront with forwards Curtis Kelly, Jamar Samuels (last year’s Big 12 Sixth Man of the Year) and Florida International transfer Freddy Asprilla. Big things are afoot in Manhattan, and it’s not just the team’s shoe size, but another possible deep run in this year’s NCAA Final Four.