2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
3-0, 3rd in Big 12
Miss State falls in back-and-forth battle with KSU (3:44)
Mississippi State QB flies like a helicopter (0:49)
Kansas State's Thompson finds Schoen for go-ahead score (0:24)
Kansas State's Knowles returns kickoff 100 yards for TD (0:37)
Mississippi State's Shrader keeps it himself for TD (0:23)
Kansas State's Brown finds a hole for the score (0:24)
15d

Kansas State blanks Bowling Green 52-0

Malik Knowles had 99 receiving yards and two touchdown catches and Skylar Thompson threw for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Kansas State beat Bowling Green 52-0 on Saturday.

21d

K-State rolls Nicholls 49-14 in Klieman's coaching debut

Skylar Thompson threw for 212 yards and accounted for two touchdowns, six different Kansas State players reached the end zone, and the Wildcats rolled to a 49-14 victory over Nicholls on Saturday night to give coach Chris Klieman a win in his debut.

Kansas State runs in four 1st-half TDs (1:30)
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44dPhil Steele

Steele: Projecting the final Big 12 standings

There are other contenders in the Big 12, but Oklahoma and Texas look like the top dogs. Here is Phil Steele's projection for the conference.

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74dBill Connelly

Big 12 preview: The Oklahoma QB machine adds Jalen Hurts

Can Oklahoma stay on top while replacing another Heisman winner? Is Texas, you know, back? And what should we expect from Les Miles at Kansas? We answer all the Big 12's burning questions for 2019.

0:22

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Inside the office of new Kansas State coach Chris Klieman hangs a framed Carson Wentz jersey. "That's my guy," Klieman says. He is excited about his first signing class with the Wildcats.

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243dTom VanHaaren

Breaking down the Big 12 recruiting classes

Oklahoma and Texas are leading the way with a combined 23 of the Big 12's 30 ESPN 300 commitments, but several other classes are also filling holes well with 2019 recruits.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Source: Kansas State is hiring Wyoming's Scottie Hazelton as its new defensive coordinator. Hazelton held the same position with Wyoming the past two seasons and also held coordinator roles at Nevada and North Dakota State. He replaces Ted Monachino, who spent only weeks in the role before leaving to join the Chicago Bears coaching staff.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards174.3112th
Rushing Yards280.07th
Points For44.0Tied-13th
Points Against12.7