Caturday is back!
In its first true road test of the season, Kansas State is in Stillwater to open Big 12 play against Oklahoma State. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 PM. The revolution will not be televised, but you can catch the game on ESPN+, and as further detailed by Jon Morse in the How To Watch post.
Like the Wildcats, the Cowboys defense has generally outperformed their offense so far this season. Drew Schneider breaks down what we can expect from the Kansas State offense when it lines up against Oklahoma State’s defense.
Predictions? We got those:
— Kellis Robinett expects a low scoring game between two teams that have been pretty stingy on defense. He gives the Pokes a one-point edge for homefield, predicting a 13-14 loss for the Cats.
— Everyone at The Oklahoman is predicting a close win for Oklahoma State.
— The K-State Collegian is taking a page out of the old Big 8 days and calling for a 17-14 win for the Wildcats.
— The O’Colly doesn’t rate Kansas State’s offense too much, and expects the Cowboys to hold the Wildcats in check.
— Vegas doesn’t like the Wildcats either (what else is new)? Oklahoma State originally opened at -9, but that’s down to -6. The over/under is 45, but you should definitely take the under.
Since our game is not until much later today, feel free to use this space for all your early-game commenting needs. A full schedule for today’s college football action can be found HERE.
Let’s go, Cats! Win the dang day!