It was a rough weekend for the Wildcats, but a good weekend for the future of the Big 12 If your team was wearing purple, it was not a fun weekend. But otherwise, it was a good weekend overall for the Big 12.
The Wildcats looked off from the start, and never could quite find their footing against the visiting Cyclones. The first play of the game was an omen for the rest of the game, as the Kansas State Wildcats fell to the visiting Iowa State Cyclones 33-20.
Kansas State takes on Iowa State tonight Kansas State (3-2, 0-2) plays Iowa State (3-2, 1-1) at Bill Snyder Family Stadium today. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 PM, and the game will be available on, you guessed it, ESPN+.
With Khalid Duke out, who will step up for the Wildcats. In his press conference this week, Coach Klieman mentioned that losing Khalid Duke was a huge blow, because the 3-3-5 they are running was designed around his ability to play both defensive end and linebacker.
Pure chaos. So, good news and bad news. Bad News: Based on what I’m looking at K-State has a infinitesimal chance to win this game. Good News: You could say that about the last two K-State wins over the Sooners.
Drew reviews the stats breakdown from the loss to the Cowboys. Oklahoma State is a tough team to get a handle on this season. They opened with home games against Missouri State and Tulsa (hardly a murders row) and then won a tight game against a struggling Boise State on the road.
Allen Kenney returns to explain why OU’s defense looks so much better this season but Sooner fans are still concerned about whether their offense is good enough to avoid a third straight loss to Kansas State.
Plus a quiet extension, a decent golf finish, and soccer tomorrow. Football “On if Skylar Thompson will be available... ’I would say not likely this week.’” Not exactly the words Kansas State Wildcats fans wanted to hear from head coach Chris Klieman at his weekly press conference.
Kansas State did not cover itself in glory in Stillwater. Football You are allowed to be disappointed. As someone who stopped watching at some point in the second quarter of Kansas State’s mostly dismal 31-20 loss to Oklahoma State, I will say that you owe the team nothing: not your eyeballs, not your loyalty, not even your continued good faith.
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