The Kansas State Wildcats still need to win two more games to become bowl eligible, but if they do their part it appears at least three bowl games will be interested in them.
Representatives from the Texas and Holiday Bowls have requested credentials to attend Kansas State’s next two home games against Kansas and Missouri. And the Insight Bowl had someone at the Wildcats’ first game of the season.
Playing in front of bowl representatives is nothing new or extraordinary in college football. They travel around the country and watch all sorts of teams (good and bad) but this is a positive sign for Kansas State. No bowl representatives were in Manhattan to watch it defeat Colorado on Saturday.