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Kansas State’s Donnie starks (top) and Reggie Walker take down a Florida Atlantic player during last weekend’s game against the Owls at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-State’s defense ranks fifth in the country, and the Wildcats have held their first two opponents to less than 300 yards of offense.



  • Stingy K-State defense tries to stop Bears

    Since Bill Snyder returned to the helm as Kansas State football coach in 2009, the Wildcats haven’t held three straight opponents to less than 300 yards of offense.

  • K-State RBs don’t mind the competition

    Typically, K-State head football coach Bill Snyder likes to have a set starter at each position.

  • Missouri St. brings momentum to matchup

    After a loud 63-7 win against Florida Atlantic, K-State has momentum.

  • K-State sports contribute $351M to MHK economy

    K-State Athletics continues to be a major driver for the local economy, and that drive has only grown with recent facility improvements, according to a study released Thursday.


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