Episode 129 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Adrian Stryker (2006-2009) We don't really know anything about Stryker. Sorry. He was selected because of the number 29s in K-State history, he has arguably the coolest name. But...

Episode 128 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Chris Claybon (1997-2000) Chris Claybon isn't someone that everyone is going to remember, as the running back playing behind guys like Josh Scobey, but he was a crucial part of som...

Episode 127 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame David Chadd (1987-88) For other than the most long time hardcore K-State baseball fans, David Chadd may be an unknown name, but you'll spot him if you take a look at the record boo...

Episode 126 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Jarell Childs (2008 - 2012)  All Big 12 Honorable Mention (2012) Childs came to K-State as a running back from Oak Park (MO) High School and ultimately found success on the oth...
Kansas State Football

Episode 125 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Rock Cartwright (2000-2001) In his two years at K-State Rock Cartwright became legend. He was a back who was fully capable of running the ball, but also was a tremendous blocking b...

Episode 124 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Askia Jones (1991-1994) Askia averaged 14.8 points per game in his K-State career, and despite not being drafted, he did make it to the NBA for a short period of time, and had a lo...

Episode 123 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Jerametrius Butler (1998-2000) In the late 90s Sports Illustrated called K-State the place for cornerbacks. Part of that had to have been with Jerametrius Butler in mind. He was a ...
Kansas State Football vs Nebraska 2000

Episode 122 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Aaron Lockett (1998-2001) He may be the last Lockett to have an episode named for him, but he's certainly not the least (unless you're talking height). Aaron was an incredibly fast...
Kansas State Basketball

Episode 121 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Jordan Henriquez (2009-2013) JO... well, you know JO. He just finished his K-State career a season ago. He was a member of the All Big 12 Defensive team, and was a shot blocking sp...
Kansas State Basketball

Episode 120 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Louis Lavender (2003-2004) Louis Lavender may not be the most widely recognized player at K-State, but there haven't been a lot of outstanding number 20s, either. This 2 year j...
Kansas State Basketball

Episode 119 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Jeff Snodgrass (2002 - 2006) The Leawood, KS native finished with 134 career points in his 2 years as K-State's starting place-kicker. That includes 53 extra points in an era when ...
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Episode 118 Superlatives

The Salute Hall of Fame Bryan Hickman (1999 - 2003) Bryan Hickman was an integral piece of that 2003 Big 12 Championship winning defense, as part of the great linebacking corps. Injuries derailed his NFL ...