From The Couch – K-State Coaches Discuss The Quarterback Situation

From The Couch – K-State Coaches Discuss The Quarterback Situation

Chris Klieman and offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham spoke with the media this week and many of the questions they fielded had to do with the quarterback position. It sounds like Skylar Thompson is week-to-week and Will Howard and Jaren Lewis aren’t as far apart as we thought. Here’s what they said… “He is going to be out this week, then we’ll reevaluate it based on how he’s feeling as well as based on what the docs say. “…Chris Klieman on…

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What Does K-State Have To Do To Beat Nevada?

What Does K-State Have To Do To Beat Nevada?

It was a great Saturday for football in Manhattan. Even though the weather was hot and a bit muggy, K-State fans were back to tailgating five hours before kickoff and packing Bill Snyder Family Stadium like it was in the days before any of us knew about Covid19. With K-State leading 7-0, fans were giddy when Skylar Thompson completed a 50-yard pass to Malik Knowles to give the Wildcats a first and ten on the Southern Illinois 12 yard line….

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K-State Receiving Votes

K-State Receiving Votes

Despite the close victory against FCS Southern Illinois, the K-State Wildcats are still receiving votes in both the AP Poll and Coaches Poll. The Wildcats received 30 votes in the AP poll, ranking number 33, and 28 votes in the Coaches poll, ranking number 36. Kirk Bohl’s released his AP ballot and he has K-State at number 18. You can view both the AP Poll and Coaches Poll here.

From The Couch – A Win’s A Win, I Guess

From The Couch – A Win’s A Win, I Guess

K-State escaped with a 31-23 victory over Southern Illinois on Saturday night, a night in which starting quarterback Skylar Thompson appeared to suffer a serious knee injury in the first quarter and may be out for the remainder of the season. We probably won’t know for sure until Monday at the earliest. The defense came up big in the second half, holding SIU scoreless and scoring just enough on offense to secure the eight-point victory. Here are some quotes of…

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K-State/Stanford Television Ratings

K-State/Stanford Television Ratings

According to Sports Media Watch, approximately 312,000 people watched Saturday’s K-State/Stanford AT&T Kickoff Classic on television. It was the lowest-rated game that day in which two Power 5 programs played each other. Was it worth it to move this game to Dallas? We were told a big reason for the move was television revenue and ratings. Scheduling the game on FS1 at 11:00 AM probably didn’t help, but this is a lower number of people than what K-State football games…

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