Kansas State University

K-State’s football schedule


6 p.m. Sept. 1 at Manhattan

K-State leads the series 2-0

Hard to imagine K-State needing a late touchdown to win its opener this time around.


11 a.m. Sept. 8 at Manhattan

K-State leads the series 1-0

This is the Hurricanes’ second visit to the Sunflower State, fresh off their 1978 victory at Kansas 38-6.


6 p.m. Sept. 15 at Manhattan

K-State leads series 5-1

Mean Green is picked eighth in the Sun Belt Conference and will have already visited LSU by the time they hit Manhattan.


Sept. 22 at Norman, Okla.

OU leads the series 71-17-4

Sooners are averaging 52.7 points against K-State in last three meetings. Hard to see them putting up that many in this matchup. We think.


Oct. 6 at Manhattan

KU leads the series 65-39-5

Bill Snyder owned Glen Mason (somewhat), Terry Allen, Mark Mangino and Turner Gill. Welcome to Aggieville, Charlie Weis.


Oct. 13 at Ames, Iowa

ISU leads the series 49-42-4

Last four meetings, all K-State wins, have been decided by eight points or less.


Oct. 20 at Morgantown, W.Va.

Series tied 1-1

K-State traveled to Morgantown in 1930 (lost 23-7) and 1931 (won 19-0). Eighty-one years later, it’s a conference game.


Oct. 27 at Manhattan

Tech leads the series 8-4

Not that the streak figures to continue, but it should be noted that the Red Raiders have won two straight in Manhattan (2004, 35-25, and 2008, 58-28).


Nov. 3 at Manhattan

OSU leads the series 36-22

One of college football’s best 2011 games gets a rematch in Manhattan. This one will also have some significant bowl implications.


Nov. 10 at Fort Worth

TCU leads the series 3-2

Horned Frogs won three straight from Stan Parrish’s bunch in the mid-1980s, but it’s the first meeting since. TCU coach Gary Patterson was a strong safety and outside linebacker for KSU in 1980 and 1981.


Nov. 17 at Waco, Texas

K-State leads the series 7-2

Snyder is 5-1 against the Bears, the only loss a 47-42 thriller at Waco in 2010.


Dec. 1 at Manhattan

K-State leads the series 7-5

Some serious bowl positioning could be on the line. Remember that K-State is 4-1 against the Longhorns in Manhattan, the only loss in 2002 when a game-tying field goal was missed in the final minutes.