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Purple beats White 17-13 in ’Cats spring game

College Football

MANHATTAN — Leave it to ambitious Kansas State athletic director John Currie to trump the annual spring game by unveiling a $65 million renovation to Bill Snyder Family Stadium before kickoff.
Joined by former Wildcats Darren Sproles and Terence Newman, Currie showed off renderings of a massive upgrade to the north end of the stadium on the stadium’s video boards, shortly before a purple team comprised mainly of starters beat the white team of backups 23-13 on Saturday.
The stadium project will be funded entirely through private donations, led by a $20 million gift from longtime benefactor Jack Vanier’s ...


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