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K-State makes change to 2019 football schedule, will play TCU on new date

Chris Klieman heads to K-State on a 15-0 season

North Dakota State head coach finished out his career with the Bison Saturday going 15-0 and a national championship. Klieman talked about his win and his special relationship with his players and staff.
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North Dakota State head coach finished out his career with the Bison Saturday going 15-0 and a national championship. Klieman talked about his win and his special relationship with his players and staff.

The Kansas State football team has made a small change to its 2019 schedule.

K-State will no longer play TCU on a Thursday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium next October. That game has been pushed back two days and will have a traditional Saturday kickoff on Oct. 19.

Both schools agreed to move the game at the request of the Big 12 and its television partners on Monday.

Game time and television information will be announced as the game approaches in October.

K-State is coming off a 5-7 season. TCU went 7-6 and won the Cheez-It Bowl.

The Horned Frogs defeated the Wildcats 14-13 when they met at Amon G. Carter Stadium last year.

2019 K-State football schedule



Aug. 31 — Nicholls State

Sept. 7 — Bowling Green

Sept. 14 — at Mississippi State

Sept. 28 — at Oklahoma State

Oct. 5 — Baylor

Oct. 19 — TCU

Oct. 26 — Oklahoma

Nov. 2 — at Kansas

Nov. 9 — at Texas

Nov. 16 — West Virginia

Nov. 23 — at Texas Tech

Nov. 30 — Iowa State

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Kellis Robinett covers Kansas State athletics for The Wichita Eagle and The Kansas City Star. A winner of more than a dozen national writing awards, he lives in Manhattan with his wife and three children.

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