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Kansas State Wildcats (8-5)


Sat. 9/1 Sat. 9/8 Sat. 9/15 Sat. 9/22 Sat. 9/29
vs. SouDak
TBA
vs. MissSt
TBA
vs. Tx-SA
TBA
@ WVU
TBA
vs. Tex
TBA

Competition abounds as K-State readies for spring game

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Kansas State returns 14 starters from a team that won eight games and beat UCLA in the Cactus Bowl, including its top quarterback and the entire offensive line, so it stands to reason that few jobs would be available in spring camp.

That's hardly the case. Especially at quarterback.

Skylar Thompson and Alex Delton shared duties last season when Jesse Ertz was lost to a season-ending injury, each of them shining in their own ways. Thompson was dynamic in a road upset of Oklahoma State and Delton was the star against the Bruins in their bowl game.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: J. Ertz930
Passing TDs: J. Ertz7
Rushing Yards: A. Barnes819
Rushing TDs: A. Delton8
Receiving Yards: B. Pringle724
Receiving TDs: B. Pringle6
Interceptions: D. Reed4
Schedule 2018
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/1 vs. South Dakota TBA
9/8 vs. Mississippi State TBA
9/15 vs. UTSA TBA
9/22 at West Virginia TBA
9/29 vs. Texas TBA
10/6 at Baylor TBA
10/13 vs. Oklahoma State TBA
10/27 at Oklahoma TBA
11/3 at TCU TBA
11/10 vs. Kansas TBA
11/17 vs. Texas Tech TBA
11/24 at Iowa State TBA
Big 12
  Conference Overall
2 Oklahoma 8-1 12-2
15 TCU 7-2 11-3
19 Oklahoma State 6-3 10-3
Texas 5-4 7-6
West Virginia 5-4 7-6
Kansas State 5-4 8-5
Iowa State 5-4 8-5
Texas Tech 3-6 6-7
Baylor 1-8 1-11
Kansas 0-9 1-11
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4843 (80)
Passing Yards: 2259 (103)
Rushing Yards: 2584 (34)
Points per game: 32.3 (39)
Yards per game: 372.5 (95)
Touchdowns: 45 (50)
Field Goals: 21 (11)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 5548 (106)
Passing Yards: 4018 (130)
Rushing Yards: 1530 (13)
Points per game: 25.2 (51)
Yards per game: 426.8 (92)
Touchdowns: 40 (66)
Field Goals: 17 (97)
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