KANSAS-STATE Odds: Schedule, Matchups, & Stats

Next Matchup

August 31, 2024 7:00 PM ET BIG12|ESPN+
UT Martin

Kansas State Schedule

Date Opp Close Result ATS/OU
Aug 31, 2024 UT Martin - / 7:00 PM ET
Sep 7, 2024 @Tulane - / 12:00 PM ET
Sep 13, 2024 Arizona -7.5 / 8:00 PM ET
Sep 21, 2024 @BYU - / 12:00 AM ET
Sep 28, 2024 Oklahoma State - / 12:00 AM ET
Oct 12, 2024 @Colorado - / 12:00 AM ET
Oct 19, 2024 @West Virginia - / 12:00 AM ET
Oct 26, 2024 Kansas -7 / 12:00 AM ET
Nov 2, 2024 @Houston - / 12:00 AM ET
Nov 16, 2024 Arizona State - / 1:00 AM ET
Nov 23, 2024 Cincinnati - / 1:00 AM ET
Nov 30, 2024 @Iowa State - / 1:00 AM ET

Betting on the Kansas State Wildcats

Kansas State will look to build on the momentum from some solid seasons of late. Bettors will certainly keep an eye on the Wildcats to see if they can keep it rolling.

Kansas State Wildcats History

The Wildcats’ football history dates back to the early 1900s, when the school participated as an independent. One year after its inaugural season, Kansas State joined the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association.

In 1928, the program became a member of the Big 6 Conference (now the Big 12). For decades, the Wildcats fought to get out of the football abyss and climb into mediocrity. A litany of sub-.500 seasons along the way made it difficult, but the team finally cracked the AP Top 25 in 1969.

It received its first pre-season AP ranking the following year in 1970, but the team finished just 6-5. It would be more than 20 years until the Wildcats were a recognized contender again.

Longtime head coach Bill Snyder arrived in 1989 and, while success wasn’t immediate, he brought life to a program that had been dormant for practically its entire existence.

Kansas State appeared in the AP poll every year from 1993-2004 and finished ranked inside the top-25 10 times. Snyder and company reached #2 in the polls on a couple occasions, including the 2001 season during which the Wildcats won the Cotton Bowl.

Snyder retired after the 2005 season but came back to coach the team from 2009-2018. After the 2018 season, he officially retired, and Chris Klieman took over.

Betting on the Wildcats in Kansas

Both retail and online sports betting is legal in Kansas!

Governor Laura Kelly signed sports betting into law in May of 2022, and the state launched on Sept. 8, 2022.

Updated on 06/13/2024
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Bettors looking to place a wager on the Wildcats may see something like this on the board:

-          Kansas State Wildcats -6.5

-          Kansas Jayhawks +6.5

In this hypothetical matchup between in-state rivals, the Wildcats enter as a 6.5-point favorite over the Jayhawks. If Kansas State wins by at least 7 points, bettors who took them at -6.5 would cash their wagers.

If Kansas State wins by fewer than 7, or loses, bettors who took them at -6.5 would lose their wagers because Kansas would cover the spread.