Iowa State vs Kansas State : The Iowa State Cyclones have enjoyed the comforts of home their last two games, but now they must head out on the road. Iowa State and the Kansas State Wildcats will face off in a Big 12 battle at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
GAME: College Football Week 14
DATE: Saturday, 30 November, 2019
TEAM: Iowa State vs Kansas State
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The Cyclones were able to grind out a solid victory over the Kansas Jayhawks last week, winning 41-31. QB Brock Purdy had a stellar game for Iowa State as he passed for 372 yards and four TDs on 42 attempts. Purdy ended the matchup strong with a streak of 11 complete passes.
K-State narrowly escaped with a win as the squad sidled past the Texas Tech Red Raiders 30-27. The over/under? 57. So nice work, oddsmakers; you hit the bull’s eye here.
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Iowa State is the favorite in this one, with an expected 4.5-point margin of victory. The odds have been favorable for them against the spread on the road this season, even if it’s been tough sledding overall. They are 3-1 ATS in away games but only 5-5-1 all in all.
Their wins lifted both teams to an identical 7-4. A couple defensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Cyclones enter the contest with only nine rushing touchdowns allowed, good for 14th best in the nation. As for K-State, they rank sixth in the league when it comes to passing touchdowns allowed, with only ten on the season. We’ll find out if either of these strengths ends up making the difference in the game.
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Kansas State have won three out of their last four games against Iowa State.
- Nov 24, 2018 – Iowa State 42 vs. Kansas State 38
- Nov 25, 2017 – Kansas State 20 vs. Iowa State 19
- Oct 29, 2016 – Kansas State 31 vs. Iowa State 26
- Nov 21, 2015 – Kansas State 38 vs. Iowa State 35
The Cyclones (7-4, 5-3 Big 12) could be the best four-loss team in the nation, the defeats having come by a combined 11 points to teams that all have been ranked this season. Kansas State (7-4, 4-4) is the only team to knock off Oklahoma, a feather in the cap of new coach Chris Klieman.
But regardless of how they have reached this point, the two land-grant colleges meet for their game dubbed informally ”Farmageddon” essentially tied in the conference bowl pecking order.