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Kansas State Wildcats Football 2015 News and Updates
8/4/15 - College football season is right around the corner once again, and fans of Kansas State Wildcats Football can’t wait to see their team take the field. The Wildcats find themselves looking ahead at one of the lightest non-conference schedules as they head into the new season, which is not entirely satisfactory for those who would prefer to gain notoriety by facing off with stiffer competition. Kansas State’s slate ranks in a tie for fifth with Oklahoma State for softest schedule, behind Colorado at fourth, Rutgers at third, Mississippi State in second and finally North Carolina state at the top of the list. Regardless of the competition, one thing’s for sure—Kansas State Wildcats Football is always sure to bring the excitement. Get your tickets for the 9/5 home opener starting at $28, on sale now!
12/3/14 - The 9th ranked team in the nation right now is Kansas State, sporting a record of 9-2. Their last game went according to plan against their inner-state rivals, Kansas. They ended up dominating with a final score of 51-13. It wasn’t even close. A huge reason for their success on the offensive front was because of the stellar play from Jake Waters. He went on to throw for 294 yards, scoring 4 times. He couldn’t be stopped on the offensive end, and his dynamic play is going to take this team far. Up next for them is a pivotal match up with the Baylor Bears. It’s a must-win game for them, and in order to be victorious, they have to stop the high-powered offense in Baylor. Tickets for the game can be bought right now. The starting price is $128.
11/24/14 - In an exciting game, your Kansas State Wildcats football team jumped out to an early lead against the West Virginia Mountaineers, and didn’t look back. While West Virginia mounted a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, it wasn’t enough to overcome an early scoring barrage by the Wildcats. Next up on the horizon for Kansas State is the annual battle against the Kansas Jayhawks for the Governor’s Cup trophy. This home game, which takes place on November 29, marks the 111th meeting between the two teams, and tickets are available starting at $66. Looking ahead, the Wildcats wrap up the 2014 season with a difficult road contest against a powerful Baylor team on December 6. A victory in that matchup would go a long way towards building Kansas State’s case for a top-tier bowl game, and tickets start at $118.
11/20/14 - The 13th ranked team in the nation right now is Kansas State Wildcats. Their last game, which took place November 8, 2014, didn’t go their way. They took on the heavily favored Texas Christian Horned Frogs, and ended up losing with a final score of 20-41. In their loss, Jake Waters went on to throw for 291 yards and had 2 touchdowns. Receiver Tyler Lockett also had a great game, getting 196 receiving yards with 1 touchdown. His efforts were not enough, though, as they couldn’t simply keep up with the fast-tempo offense of TCU. Last weekend, they had a bye, giving them some time to regroup and change up their offensive and defensive scheme. Up next for Kansas State is a game against West Virginia. This is a huge game for both teams, and KSU will need to look sharp early if they want the win. Tickets for the game are available right now at $22.
11/12/14 - Last weekend, the Kanas State Wildcats battled it out with top ranked TCU. They tried their best, but it wasn’t enough. The final score ended up being 20-41, a defeating loss that brings their record to 7-2. They are still 5-1 in the Big 12, so they can still turn it around if they adjust their defensive scheme. In their losing efforts, quarterback Jake Walters went on to throw for 291 yards, and tacked on 2 touchdowns. He did have 1 interception, however, and he will need to be more mindful before throwing into heavy traffic. Their running back, Tyler Lockett, had a solid game, rushing for 196 yards and scoring 1 touchdown. Up next for them is a game against West Virginia, who have shown to have a dynamic, high-powered offense. The Wildcats will be looking to control the tempo early. Tickets for the game can be purchased now, and the starting price is around $38.
11/5/14 - As the 2014 college football season winds down, your #7 Kansas State Wildcats are looking down on the rest of the Big 12 with a pristine 7-0 conference record. An undefeated season in the Big 12 and a potential berth in the inaugural college football playoff await the Wildcats if they can keep up their winning ways. Come out to Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium to cheer on the Wildcats in their final home game of the year against the in-state rival Kansas Jayhawks. This Sunflower State showdown is your final chance to see Kansas State Wildcats Football in 2014. Razorgator is the best place to get your tickets to see QB Jake Waters, All-American WR Tyler Lockett, and the rest of the Wildcats. Tickets start at just $66.
9/18/14 - The Kansas State Wildcats are eager to take town their next opponent, as the 2-0 team is fresh off a bye. The Wildcats stormed into the season with a resounding 55-16 victory over Stephen F. Austin, but faltered slightly in their first road game of the year, narrowly escaping with a 32-28 win at Iowa State. The Wildcats will dial up the heat when they play host to Auburn this Thursday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Can this No. 20 team upset the No. 5 visitors? Score Kansas State Football tickets tonight for a minimum of $117.
7/30/14 – The days until Kansas State Wildcats Football kicks off are dwindling quickly, with just four more weeks until the first game of the year. 2014 brings tons of promise for the program, as the preseason rankings emerged last week with the Wildcats Football coming in third place, behind Baylor and top-ranked Oklahoma, in the Big 12. What with senior quarterback Jake Waters, who threw 2, 000 yards in 2013, and his choice target Tyler Lockett returning for this season, big things are in store for the offense. Join the squad in their bid for the College Football Playoffs, and say you were there from the beginning with Kansas State Wildcats Football tickets. Get into their Week 1 matchup opposite Stephen F. Austin Football for as little as $17.
7/9/14 – Kansas State Wildcats Football will have to amp it up these next two months, as their regular season schedule is riddled with tough opposition from the outset. After their season opener opposite Stephen F. Austin (Aug 30) Kansas State is pitted against Iowa State—an early conference road game that is sure to wake up the Wildcats. This Sept 6 game is immediately followed by a visit from Auburn on Sept 18. If Kansas State intends on scoring a berth in college football’s first-ever playoffs, they’ll have to prove their worth against last year’s BCS title runner-up. Kansas State Wildcats tickets for their home opener vs. Stephen F. Austin start at an incredibly low $12. Their Week 2 test at Iowa State Cyclone’s Jack Trice Stadium starts at an affordable $16.
6/20/14 – Need advice on the one game you have to see before summer ends? Then you’ve got to score tickets to the Kansas State-Auburn game! These two titans from major conferences are pitted against each other in Week 3. The new college football playoff format implicates larger stakes for these non-conference matchups, especially the ones that directly precede conference play. Whichever team dominates the September 18 game may well take that winning momentum and bowl over subsequent competitors when crunch time hits. Both teams are poised for a title, and early domination will prove vital in the new playoff system. See if the smaller cat takes down the tiger with Kansas State Wildcats football tickets! Get-in at Snyder Family Football Stadium on Thursday 9/18 for a minimum of $90.
5/28/14 – Can incoming freshman Dalvin Warmack win a starting role at running back? Warmack who rushed for 4,500 yards and 70 touchdowns in his last two years of High School may outrun DeMarcus Robinson, Jarvis Leverett, and Charles Jones for the job. With a need to replace John Hubert with a game-changer, K-State’s coaches may just find what they are looking for in the true freshman. Find out what the decision is with Kansas State Wildcats tickets (avg. $124). Cheap K-State tickets are available for games against the Texas-El Paso Miners (avg. $70) and for the home-opener against Stephen F. Austin (avg. $81). Kansas State vs. Auburn tickets remain the most expensive at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium averaging $202, $48 more than the next priciest game: K-State vs. Texas.
5/9/14 - Kansas State’s spring game came with a very optimistic outlook for the upcoming fall season. The game was dominated by defense, which is a big change for the usual offensive minded team. Some pre-rankings have K-State in the top 25 and the only way to see the hard-hitting defense this year and see if they can make a run at the new playoff format is getting to the game with Kansas State Wildcat tickets from Razorgator! Cheap K-State tickets are available for the home-opener against Stephen F. Austin and at the end of September when the Wildcats take on Texas-El Paso. The most in-demand game of the year is against Auburn (avg. $227) for the 9/18 tilt. The last game at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium this season, will be played against rivals Kansas (avg. $153).
2/6/14 - The Kansas State Wildcats finished their 8-5 season with a bang: first, defeating in-state rivals, Kansas, in the Sunflower Showdown and later rolling over Michigan in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. The Wildcats were invited to their fourth straight BCS bowl game, and their win granted them their first bowl win out of their previous four. Though K-State’s strong offense suffered blows with WR Tyler Lockett and former WR-turned-QB Collin Klein leaving to the NFL Draft, Kansas is heading into the new season with the best recruiting class they’ve had in years! The huge class of 28 commits rates two 4-star prospects, twelve 3-stars and 13 in the top 44 of their position. Veteran HC Bill Snyder is a firm believer in community college recruits providing immediate help where they need it most, and he’s got 9 talented guys coming in to help fill the void left by six senior starters on defense. Keep up with the Kansas State Wildcats and see how all their new recruits do!
Thanks to Bill Snyder, the Kansas State Wildcats are relevant again in college football. The program has flourished over the last three years, having racked up a 20-7 record in Big 12 play. The Wildcats stumbled out of the starting gate in 2013, but made a spectacular finish, coming back from their bye to win six of seven games. Your key returners are senior quarterback Jake Waters and senior wideout Tyler Lockett on offense, with center BJ Finney and conference defensive player of the year Ryan Mueller back on defense. Kansas State blazed into the offseason brimming with confidence from last year’s campaign, but the stakes are higher than ever in 2014. Will the Wildcats be the first Big 12 team to enter the inaugural College Football Playoffs?
The Wildcats will have to hit the ground running in their very first game of the year, with a tough nonconference bout Sept. 18 versus Auburn (get-in for $120). Snyder and Co. will need to maintain momentum on the road when they face Oklahoma (get-in for $79 on 10/18) and Baylor (get-in for $42 on 12/6) in enemy territory. And don’t forget to attend the grudge-matches against Kansas on Nov. 29 (get-in for $45) and Iowa State on Sept. 6 (get-in $46). The QB-WR tandem of Waters and Lockett showcases one of the best passing connections in the NCAAF—will it be enough to land the program a second conference title in three years? Score KSU Wildcats Football tickets now and see for yourself!
11/18/13 – The Wildcats head into Week 13 against Big 12 co-champions, Oklahoma Sooners, with four straight wins. Saturday’s victory over TCU allowed K-State to be bowl eligible, becoming the fourth Big 12 team to secure a bowl game with a 2-4 or worse start. It was Horned Frogs head coach Gary Patterson’s return to his alma mater. Kansas State has emerged into of the hottest teams in College Football of late and their turnaround would certainly be cemented with a win over Oklahoma this weekend in front of a home crowd. Oklahoma vs. Kansas State ticket start at $34 for upper level seats and average a reasonable $75.
The Kansas State football team is coming off an 8-1 Conference record and Fiesta Bowl berth. The Wildcats return as reigning Big 12 Conference champs but with only 10 starters. Receiving 113 points in the USA Today preseason Coaches Poll, K-State just missed the Top 25. Last year’s squad was ranked 11 before play began and for one week mid-season reached the No. 1 spot in the BCS Standings. Don’t let the polls fool you; Coach Bill Snyder’s teams are known to finish better than expected. And, Snyder doesn’t do it loudly; there are rarely flashy moves that cause a lot of attention on the field, instead the Wildcats will grind it out all season.
Despite winning the conference last year, Kansas State Wildcats tickets are the fourth most expensive in the Big 12, averaging $107 a seat. Texas Longhorns Football tickets average $168, Oklahoma Sooners Football tickets $137, and Oklahoma State Cowboys Football tickets $120. The K-State football schedule features eight home games this season for the first time since 2006. The Wildcats typically play seven games at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium. The most expensive game on the 2013 Kansas State Wildcats home football schedule is against #16 Oklahoma Sooners. The Sooners were officially Big 12 co-champions with the Wildcats last year but because K State won the head-to-head, they received the Fiesta Bowl berth. Oklahoma has the most expensive College Football road tickets in the NCAA. Oklahoma Sooners at K State Wildcats tickets average $131. The Wildcats only loss in the regular season last year came against the Baylor Bears. This year the Bears will visit Manhattan for a matchup that is averaging $90. The Wildcats will play both Big 12 Conference Rivals - Texas and Kansas - on the road this year.