K-State Catbacker Tour makes its annual visit to Scott City


Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–The Kansas State Catbacker Tour is on the third day of their five-day western Kansas swing, and it found itself Wednesday night at HRC Feedyard west of Scottt City for the annual K-State Fry. Hundereds of Wildcat fans in attendance were able to listen to representatives from Kansas State University talk about their programs. Among the speakers were Athletic Director Gene Taylor, Football Coach Bill Snyder, Assistant Mens Basketball Coach Brad Korn, Head Women’s Basketball Coach Jeff Mittie, Assistant Tennis Coach Jordan Smith. Also speaking were players from the football and basketball program.

Monday, they tour started at Dodge City and Tuesday it landed in Garden City. The five-day western Kansas tour continues in Colby on Thursday and Hays on Friday.

Below are interviews from Wednesday’s K-State Fry.

Athletic Director Gene Taylor

Voice of the Wildcats Wyatt Thompson

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Brad Korn

Women’s Basketball Coach Jeff Mittie

Football Coach Bill Snyder

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