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Kansas State vs Oklahoma State: Open Game Thread

The Wildcats and Cowboys tangle in the Little Apple.

NCAA Football: Kansas State at Baylor Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

It’s that time again. We’ve made it through the week and it’s time again for Wildcat gameday.

Unfortunately, right now that’s not quite the cause for celebration that it usually is. The Cats are struggling, and, outside of the win against UTSA, K-State has just not looked “right” this year. And having to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys, even at home, does not make things any easier.

The only real consolation for Wildcat fans right now is that the Pokes look nearly as dysfunctional on defense as the Wildcats do on offense, giving up over 40 points in two home losses, and allowing KU to score four TD’s. They may just be what a struggling offense is looking for...or it could be another very long day for the Wildcat offense. Be sure and check out TB’s Kicking the Tires post for the full breakdown, but basically, as you would expect at this point, the stats generally don’t favor the Wildcats.

We’ve got the early game today, and the 11:00am CDT kickoff can be seen on on ESPNU with Kevin Brown (play-by-play) and Andre Ware (analyst) on the call. You should also be able to stream the game at or on the WatchESPN app. Be sure and check out our How to Watch post for full details.

If you can’t get to a TV, or you don’t get ESPNU, the game can be heard across the 39-station K-State Sports Network with Wyatt Thompson (play-by-play), former K-State quarterback Stan Weber (analyst), and Matt Walters (sidelines) calling the action. The game will also be on Sirius channel 119, XM Channel 199, and available on the TuneIn app. Live stats are available at, and Twitter updates (@KStateFB) will also be a part of the coverage from K-State Athletics.

Go Cats!