for each b12 team. can't say that i disagree with k-state being texas in mhk.
KANSAS STATE: TEXAS (OCT. 3)
The case: After a promising first-year under Chris Klieman in 2019, can the Wildcats take another step forward from an 8-5 mark? How Kansas State fares at home against Texas the first weekend of October could heavily influence that. This one will serve as the Big 12 opener for the Longhorns -- the team coming off a Week 4 bye -- while the Wildcats will have already opened their conference slate at West Virginia a week prior. Though Kansas State has lost each of its past three meetings with Texas, all three have been competitive contests decided by six points or less. Can the Wildcats take advantage of a home crowd and finally end that drought this year? A K-State win not only puts the Wildcats likely at 5-0 with plenty of momentum heading into the heart of Big 12 play, but could also spoil the outlook for a Texas team that will have already faced a formidable test at LSU in Week 2 and will be heading to Dallas the following weekend for its annual showdown at the Cotton Bowl Stadium with Oklahoma. A whole lot more potentially at stake here than what meets the eye, at least.
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Welcome Chris Klieman to K-State!