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Sound Living is a weekly public affairs program addressing issues related to families and consumers. It is hosted by Jeff Wichman and produced by K-State Research and Extension
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Powercat Podcast
The free weekly podcast from and Powercat Illustrated's new website,, hosted by publisher Tim Fitzgerald, who has been covering Kansas State athletics for more than 25 years. The GPC staff takes questions from its subscribers and then provides answer with a mix of analysis, insight and sometimes humor.
Wildcat Podcast
With more than 45 combined years on the K-State Sports Network, Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber provide a weekly in-depth look at all things K-State Sports.
Wildcat Catholic
Fr. Gale Hammerschmidt is a priest for the Salina Diocese and currently serving as the Chaplain for St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center at Kansas State University.
Curtis Kitchen (610 Sports Radio) and Jeff Burkhart (1350 KMAN) team up each and every week to cover all of the happenings around college football, the Big 12, and everything Kansas State
Editors and writers of Bring On The Cats — SB Nation's Kansas State Wildcats blog — talk with guests about K-State sports.
Purple Goes Green
Join us as Kansas State University and the greater Manhattan community go green!
Bluemont Church messages located in Manhattan, KS with the Kansas State University campus ministry Called to Greatness.
This is the podcast created by the students in Planning in Pop Culture, a class at Kansas State University.
Born and raised in Kansas City, actor Eric Stonestreet was introduced to acting when a friend at Kansas State University dared him to try out for a play. Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet talks about his role as Cameron Tucker on ABC’s hit comedy series, Modern Family. He’ll also talk about other projects he’s working on and take a few questions from the audience.
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Money is Freedom
Welcome to Money is Freedom, a podcast for people who believe in simple, jargon-free guidance about money and investing. It's also a podcast for people who believe money can be fun and want to guide their thoughts about it in positive directions. Our host, Dan Danford, serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Family Investment Center, a full-service, commission-free investment advisory firm. Based in St. Joseph, Mo., Family Investment Center serves clients in the Kansas City area a ...
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How many times do we think of ourselves as the Messiah? Are we willing to Decrease so that He May increase?
Pete Mundo talks about Mike Gundy's mistakes on the recruiting trail for the Oklahoma State Cowboys, plus the latest on the sports gambling front. Also, we talk Kansas State Wildcats Football with Tim Fitzgerald of GoPowerCat. And why it's important the Big 12 Conference keeps the Championship Game.
Former Oklahoma Sooners safety Nic Harris joined Pete Mundo to talk about his relationship with Bob Stoops, why he has so much confidence in Lincoln Riley, how he sees himself in Baker Mayfield and his budding acting career!
The Powercat Podcast returns from a brief break to discuss what has turned out to be an active summer in Kansas State athletics. Host Tim Fitzgerald is joined by Riley Gates and Zac Carlson to answer subscriber's questions from Wabash Station covering K-State football, basketball and the hiring of new Wildcats' baseball coach Pete Hughes. Fitz ...…
We never know when others are watching — so what are they seeing?
The Imperfect People Around You by Rob Zima | Sunday, June 17, 2018
In this week's podcast, Pete discusses how the Big 12 has accomplished something the rest of the Power 5 conferences did not, and why that's important. Plus, why Texas is getting lots of Las Vegas gambling love. Also, we talk College World Series with Cam Brock. Lastly, how important is this season for Iowa State to keep its momentum from 2017?…
Pete Mundo talks with Oklahoma City and Tulsa radio host Sam Mayes, who is on The Franchise every afternoon from 3:00-6:00 CT, about his time playing football at Oklahoma State and how he's built his media career. They also discuss the state of the Big 12 Conference, how it can improve its play on the field and much more!…
6/10/18 How could a good God send anyone to hell? by Fr. Gale Hammerschmidt
Neighbors by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, June 10, 2018
In this week's podcast, I discuss how and why the Big 12 Conference is rising in the Power 5 rankings. Also, with Kyler Murray being drafted by the Oakland A's, what should the Oklahoma Sooners quarterback do? Then, there's Big 12 teams that must be on upset alert as we get closer to kicking off the college football season.…
Former Kansas Jayhawks running back Jake Sharp joined us to discuss Sharp Performance, an upcoming event for Kansas high school athletes, plus his thoughts on KU football and what the future of the program entails.
Today I had the privilege of giving the homily at the Mass of thanksgiving of Fr. Andy Hammeke. Many blessings to you Fr. Andy.
Why Can't I? by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, June 3, 2018
In this week's podcast, Pete discusses the hot topics heading into the Big 12's Spring Meetings and why the conference is in a good place compared to the SEC, Big Ten and others. Plus, the latest Big 12 odds are out, where did Vegas go wrong? And he addresses the latest competitor folding up shop.
Pete Mundo is joined by former TCU Horned Frogs running back B.J. Catalon about his time in Fort Worth, how his head injuries affected his decision to leave early for the NFL Draft and what the future has in store for him!
A man just told me that he came to Mass three times this weekend because he liked my homily so much. I told him, “well whatever makes you happy.”
Inheritance & Possession by Rob Zima | Sunday, May 27, 2018
As teams continue to prepare for the 2018 season, which coaches need to win to keep their jobs. Plus, who are some transfer players that Big 12 teams should look into, and who is one player that needs to overachieve for each Big 12 team to succeed this fall.
Pete Mundo speaks with former Baylor Bears running back Terrance Ganaway about his time in Waco, his relationship with head coach Art Briles, along with his post-football career in the medical devices industry and why he doesn't miss much that football has to offer.
Pleasing God / Part 2 by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, May 20, 2018
The Holy Spirit guides the Church in all truth. Therefore, to determine a true understanding of the Christian faith, you do not have to go it alone.
In this week's podcast I rank the Big 12 coaches and how they would transition for the NFL, why Big 12 athletic director salaries are rising, and what the new sports gambling laws by the Supreme Court means for college football.
Pete Mundo and Matthew Postins discuss how the Supreme Court's decision on sports gambling could affect the Big 12 and the rest of the college football landscape. Also, we talk about which Big 12 coach would make the best NFL coach and how much pressure is on the Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers this coming season?…
Graduation weekend, Goodbyes, and the Great Commission.
One Thing Grads, Moms, and the Rest of Us Need to Know by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, May 13, 2018
In this week's podcast I discuss why the Big 12 has passed the Pac-12 in terms of college football hierarchy. The recent revenue and distribution numbers are a good sign for the conference. Plus, the over unders were released for the Big 12 football teams. I give you my quick reactions and takes on each team.…
Cameron Batson joined me to discuss his experience during the NFL Draft and signing an undrafted free agent deal with the Tennessee Titans. He discussed why he picked the Titans and what his goals are for summer camp. Batson also talked about his time at Texas Tech, top moments, and how the team and players view head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Enjoy!…
On April 14, 2017, Gene Taylor was named Kansas State’s new athletics director. After a full year on the job, I joined Taylor in his office for a conversation about that first year, as well as the future of K-State athletics. From a win at the Cactus Bowl to an Elite Eight run for the basketball team, the 60-year-old Taylor’s first 12 months ha ...…
Nine months ago, Alex Sanchez and his family moved to Manhattan to help change our campus. Now as he and his family move back home to Oklahoma, we are grateful for the way in which they showed us Christ this year.
Change : A New Thing by Jon Griffith | Sunday, May 6, 2018
In this week's podcast I discuss how and why the Big 12 improved so much in the NFL Draft from last year. Also, will Baker Mayfield succeed with the Cleveland Browns? And which players who declared for the NFL Draft should've returned to their respective Big 12 programs for one more year. We discuss that and more!…
Pete Mundo and Derek Duke of Heartland College Sports look back on spring football across the Big 12 and discuss the biggest storylines from the Texas Longhorns quarterback situation, whether or not the Oklahoma Sooners can keep it going, what's up with the Texas Tech Red Raiders and much more!
In this week's podcast I discuss my trip to Manhattan for the Kansas State Wildcats Big 12 spring game, plus the other games of the weekend. I also am joined by our own Cameron Brock to talk all the latest Big 12 baseball news and storylines.
Jeron Mastrud went from a guy with just a couple of Division I offers coming out of high school, turned himself into a First Team All-Big 12 tight end at Kansas State and went to play in the NFL. Since then, he's turned himself into a successful entrepreneur and business man. We discuss all that, along with his time with the Wildcats, and much ...…
The Powercat Podcast serves up its last full edition of the sports season by wrapping up Kansas State spring football. Host Tim Fitzgerald is joined by GPC's Riley Gates and Zac Carlson to discuss last Saturday's 31-28 victory by the Purple over the White team at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. And, as always, we are sponsored by Fridge Wholesale L ...…
The Collegian’s sports editor joins us to share her thoughts on the Spring Game and what we know about the football team heading into the summer.By (Bring On The Cats).
A good shepherd leads the flock to union with God. A good shepherd leads the flock to prayer.
Confident Prayer by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, April 22, 2018
As Kansas State prepares to hold its annual spring football game on Saturday, the Powercat Podcast crew gathers to answer your K-State sports questions. This week's podcast starts with football and in the middle of the second half of the show, host Tim Fitzgerald addresses the latest revelations in the Amaad Wainright arrest and what it means f ...…
Two things are hard to deny. One – Jesus died on the cross. Two – His disciples died believing that He had written.
Powerful Proclamations by Dave Diefendorf | Sunday, April 15, 2018
In this week's podcast, I discuss why Baker Mayfield would be best off avoiding the New York Jets (if that's at all possible). Plus, which Big 12 quarterback is getting overlooked the most in the NFL Draft. Also, the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Tech Red Raiders hold their spring games this weekend. We take a closer look at those games.…
Spring football season has finally arrived at Kansas State and so has the cold season with the GoPowercat staff as Tim Fitzgerald executes his Powercat Podcast hosting duties hopped up on cold medicine. Meanwhile, Riley Gates and Zac Carlson try to save this week's edition from disaster. We're not sure they were successful. And, as always, we'r ...…
We had a very open and honest conversation with former Oklahoma State Cowboys RB about his dismissal from the program, what happened after that and how he's learned from it. Sims is currently on the staff at North Texas and has come a long way from his time in Stillwater. He was a pleasure to speak with. Enjoy!…
It very well may be my fault that Kansas State did not make the final four.
A New Thought Life by Jonathan Hupp | Sunday, April 8, 2018
In this week's podcast, we have very exciting news for Heartland College Sports that should change the future direction of the website for the best. Also, we recap a fun NCAA Tournament and what it all means for the Big 12 conference. And with the Texas Tech Red Raiders' off-field issues, where does Kliff Kingsbury go from here?…
It was great to chat with Oklahoma Sooners defensive tackle Du'vonta Lampkin about his preparations for the upcoming NFL Draft, the most misunderstood thing about Baker Mayfield, how he handled the surprising Bob Stoops resignation last year, and going back to high school, his really interesting recruitment that came down to Oklahoma and Texas.…
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