Coming off a historic 45-40 win at No. 10 Oklahoma State to become bowl eligible for the eighth-straight season, Kansas State will look to send its 18 seniors out with a win at home as the Wildcats host Iowa State Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The contest, which kicks at 2:30 p.m., will be shown nationally on ESPN2 with Anish Shroff (play-by-play), Ahmad Brooks (analyst) and Roddy Jones (Field Analyst) on the call. The game can also be heard across the 40-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. Coverage will also be available on Sirius channel 132, XM channel 199 in addition to the TuneIn app. Live stats are available at kstatesports.com, while Twitter updates (@ kstate_gameday, @KStateFB) will all be a part of the coverage.
A LOOK AT THE SERIES
- Iowa State leads the all-time series, 47-49-4, but the Wildcats have won each of the last nine games dating back to 2008.
- Since 1990, K-State holds a 23-4 record against the Cyclones, including a 12-2 mark in Manhattan.
- Head coach Bill Snyder holds a 21-4 mark against Iowa State. His 21 wins are the second among active FBS coaches against any one opponent, just one shy of his 22 wins over Kansas.
Saturday marks the final home game for 18 players on K-State’s roster who will be going through Senior Day activities.
- The list includes: defensive back Brogan Barry, defensive end Davis Clark, quarterback Jesse Ertz, offensive lineman Bryce Fitzner, defensive tackle Will Geary, linebacker Jayd Kirby, punter Mitch Lochbihler, place kicker Matthew McCrane, defensive back Cre Moore, defensive back Sean Newlan, defensive tackle Ray Price, defensive end C.J. Reese, long snapper Drew Scott, linebacker Trent Tanking, punter Nick Walsh, offensive lineman Glenn Williams, linebacker Tyler White and defensive end Tanner Wood.