Kansas State will play Montana State in a football game Sept. 6, the school announced Tuesday.
The Wildcats dropped Fresno State from the schedule and replaced the Bulldogs with Montana State. The game will be played at a time yet to be determined at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
Montana State, a Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) program located in Bozeman, finished 6-5 in 2007. Texas A&M beat Montana State 38-7. The Bobcats, though, have gotten the best of a Big 12 opponent in recent years. They beat Colorado 19-10 in 2006 at Boulder.
K-State opens 2008 at home Aug. 30 against North Texas.
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