Kansas State Wildcats – (Big 12) Conference
The Kansas State Wildcats play in the Football Bowl Division Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the Big 12 Conference. The Wildcats have an all-time losing record of 526–640–41 through the 2017 season, but the program does have winning in its past. Head coach Bill Snyder from the 1990s through the 2010s has led a successful stretch and in 1998 Kansas State finished the regular season with an undefeated (11–0) record. From 1995 to 2001 for 108 consecutive weeks the school was ranked by the Ap. It’s the 15th-longest streak in college football history. The team has an over 800 winning percentage at home since the mid 90’s. The team has had 21 Bowl appearances with a 9- 12 record.
Since 1968, the team has played at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium in Manhattan Kansas. The stadium previously called KSU Stadium is known for being super loud and raucous and that has become a big home field advantage. Willie the Wildcat after each Kansas State score will do as many pushups as KSU has points. It’s hilarious especially when KSU rolls. The Wabash Cannonball is a song that gets fans bobbing back and forth in unison and that’s a hoot too. Kansas, Iowa State and Nebraska are the main rivals. All-time, Nebraska leads their series 78–15–2 however of late KSU has been more competitive. Notables NFL stars that played at KSU include Lynn Dickey, Steve Grogan, Jordy Nelson, Terrence Newman and Darren Sprowls. The city of Manhattan has a population of 56,000 so on games days there is twice as many folks in town as the stadiums seating capacity is 55,000. Real college town and lots of fun tailgating. Plenty of good seats with good site lines all around the stadium Best seats are the West side Chairbacks and the Premium Bench.
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