Stan Weber

Stan Weber
College Kansas State
Conference Big 8
Sport Football
Position Quarterback
Major Accounting
Nationality USA
High school Goddard High School
Goddard, Kansas

Stan Weber was a quarterback for the Kansas State Wildcats football team. He played in college from 1980 to 1984. He is the current color analyst for the K-State radio network. Now in his 23rd year in the booth, Weber holds the second longest tenure for a Kansas State radio broadcaster behind only Dev Nelson, who called K-State games for 25 years. In addition to his duties with the Wildcat football broadcasts, Weber also provides color commentary for K-State men’s and women’s basketball games for both radio and television. He originally hails from Goddard, Kansas and was named Male Athlete of the Year and MVP of the 1980 Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star Game by the Wichita Eagle.

At Kansas State, Weber served as captain of the 1984 team and led the Wildcats in rushing while earning academic All-America honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Weber also held many of the K-State quarterback rushing records until the Michael Bishop and Ell Roberson eras and was once named Big Eight Player of the Week after rushing for 113 yards against number 1 Nebraska.

Weber, who graduated magna cum laude, received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accountancy from Kansas State and currently serves as Vice President - CFO of Tower Properties in Kansas City, in addition to his broadcast duties.

External links

  • Kansas State Profile
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