2014 Kansas State Wildcats Football Schedule
One look at the schedule this season and you'll see that there are
all kinds of opportunities to be a part of this great football program, as action in the Big 12 is absolutely no joke and
the Wildcats are sure to be right in the thick of some great matchups throughout the season. Reloaded with some exciting playmakers
on both sides of the ball, the Wildcats are definitely not going quietly this year as they look to make their mark on the
rest of the conference. It's never easy in one of the toughest conferences in all of college football, but the Wildcats definitely
are not lacking in great players who can do a little bit of everything, providing more than enough incentive to join the other
tens of thousands of fans flocking to the stadium this year.
And you can definitely bet that Bill Snyder Family Stadium
will be absolutely hopping with great fans who know how to show their support whenever the Wildcats take to the field. Home
matchups against Texas (Oct. 25), Oklahoma State (Nov. 1) and Kansas (Nov. 29) are all going to be absolutely loaded with
passion and fanfare that you won't want to miss out on, as Wildcat fans really know how to celebrate this program and you
can count on there being an amazing atmosphere from start to finish. When the game is on the line and the Wildcats are looking
to put the final touches on an epic home win, you'll definitely be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
there are the road games, as heading out to see the Wildcats on the road is one of those experiences that every fan needs
to see first-hand sooner or later. Including games at TCU (Nov. 8), West Virginia (Nov. 20) and Baylor (Dec. 6), the Wildcats
will be looking to put together some big-time wins away from home this season, helping make this team a squad that you'll
need to watch out for as they look to make their move in the Big 12. Home or away, there are lots of opportunities for Wildcat
fans this season, but don't make the mistake of trying to duplicate the excitement from home.
Kansas State Wildcats
Football Team Info
Winning football has been a big deal for a very long time for the Kansas State Wildcats. Kansas
State has fielded a football team since 1896 and during that time have produced 11 consensus All-Americans. Including the
2014 NFL Draft, the Kansas State Wildcats have had at least one player chosen in the draft in the last 21 years. Perhaps the
most successful former Wildcat drafted during this time is Darren Sproles, who has spent time with the San Diego Chargers,
the New Orleans Saints, and the Philadelphia Eagles. Overall, the Wildcats consistently put together strong teams that can
win in a variety of different ways, making them a staple of the Big 12 and a team that is never lacking in prominent playmakers
who tend to keep the Wildcats near the top of the standings.
The NCAA Football Experience
been attending major sporting events for millennia, back to the days of the Greek Olympics and the famous chariot racing of
the Romans. Though sporting events have changed a little bit since the first days, there's something special about being in
the stands with thousands of excited fans when the action really gets going. These days, college football is one of the premier
sporting events in the country and around the world, but you need to see that for yourself. When the Wildcats hit the gridiron
for a highly anticipated game that has all the makings of a classic, the experience will completely speak for itself, and
it won't take long to get sucked right up into the fanfare as the Wildcats look to bring home a huge win.
State Wildcats Football History
The Kansas State Wildcats have been taking the field for more than a century, and over
the decades they have notched many accolades and winning seasons. The Big 12 formed in 1996, and since then dozens of Kansas
State Wildcats have gone on to be drafted into the NFL, which is a tradition that doesn't seem likely to change any time in
the near future. Overall, the Wildcats have brought home six conference titles and were closing in on 500 all-time wins before
the 2014 season even began, helping make them an absolute staple of the Manhattan, Kansas sports team and a program that always
seems to be in contention despite playing in one of the toughest conferences in college football.
Wildcats Football Trivia
The Wildcats have had two players go on to lead the NFL in rushing during a season. Can you
name the most recent one?
The answer is Larry Brown, who was a great player for the Wildcats before going on to star
in the NFL with the Washington Redskins. In 1972, it really all came together for Brown, as he was named the NFL's Offensive
Player of the Year as well as the league MVP. That year was also the fourth time in five seasons that Brown was named to the
Pro Bowl, cementing him as one of the greatest players in Redskins' history in addition to being one of the all-timers at
Kansas State Wildcats Football Fans
There is nothing more important in Manhattan, Kansas
than Kansas State Wildcats football and you can only fully realize this fact by being in Bill Snyder Stadium for a game. The
parking lot at Bill Snyder Family Stadium will be filled with people gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub and
sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the main event, which is the game itself. There is simply
no better way to spend a day off than at a college football game cheering and celebrating with thousands of other hardcore
fans who know how to show their support. And when the game is still up in the air and the Wildcats are looking to pull down
a big win, it won't be hard to figure out what all of the buzz is about.