It is a big talker around Wichita Wednesday. A vague post tweeted by WSU President John Bardo.
Shocker head coach Gregg Marshall becomes the winningest head coach in Wichita State history with 221 wins.
Protesters are trying to set up tents next to Super Bowl City, pro football’s weeklong theme park near the famed Ferry Building.
Here are five of the most memorable shows, for different reasons.
Antonio Smith plans to play in the Super Bowl despite learning of his father’s death Wednesday.
Slide show bringing you the experience of Super Bowl City through photos.
Denver Broncos practice squad safety Ryan Murphy was sent home after being questioned by authorities during a prostitution sting.
Ken Stabler, who died of colon cancer at 69 in July, had Stage 3 chronic traumatic encephalopathy
Wichita State multi-athlete Breanne Borman was named the Women’s Missouri Valley Conference Field Athlete of the Week.
Vernon Davis is back where he has made a home for more than a decade .
The Wichita Wingnuts most recently announced 2016 signee, Alex Boshers, took no time at all to feel comfortable as a pro.
Suzie Fritz, K-State volleyball’s winningest coach, has signed a four-year contract extension.
Cam Newton wants any discussion of black quarterbacks in a Super Bowl put away.
Monday the annual Super Bowl media day took place in San Jose, California.
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart has been hospitalized with a back injury.