Coach Snyder explains what he plans to do to celebrate his birthday, and K-State players react to Oklahoma’s loss to TCU on Saturday.
By Erik Stone Jake Waters passed for 290 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 105 yards and another score to lead 22nd-ranked Kansas State to a 45-13 rout of Texas Tech before a Ft. Riley Day crowd of 52,726 Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Red Raiders took their opening drive deep […]
By Cole Manbeck It has been well documented that Oklahoma rarely loses at home during the Bob Stoops era. It’s just as rare for the Sooners to lose on their home turf to a ranked opponent. And the Sooners had never lost the following game after playing Texas during the Stoops era. The […]
By Cole Manbeck Kansas State’s offense was disappointing last Thursday (broken down in detail in last week’s blog). Now, let’s try to figure out why the Wildcats struggled. Auburn is notorious for bringing pressure. While the Tigers defense hasn’t been great statistically since Gus Malzahn became the head coach in 2013, they do […]
By Cole Manbeck Kansas State’s defense was special on Thursday night. The Wildcats held Auburn to its lowest-point total against a team from a power-five conference since Gus Malzahn became the Tigers head coach in 2013. I went through and broke down each of Auburn’s games against a power-five team since Malzahn became […]
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With a couple of extra days to stew over their loss to 5th-ranked Auburn, the 25th-ranked Kansas State Wildcats had a good opportunity to work on things that were missing from their game and get in one last tune-up before moving back into conference play next weekend. The Wildcat Defense carried over their solid play […]
K-State Missing Explosiveness on Offense By Cole Manbeck The season is young, so you shouldn’t get too worked up over the following numbers. But through three games, the explosive plays Kansas State’s offense had in 2013 have gone missing. Tyler Lockett hasn’t been 100 percent, so that’s part of the issue. But there is […]