The Iowa State Cyclones thought they were going to have a special ending to the season after knocking off the Oklahoma State Cowboys in double overtime, but fell short against the Oklahoma Sooners laster week 26-6. Prior to that loss, the Cyclones had won three games in a row, but they can still close out the regular season on a high note and finish with a with a winning record and avoid falling the .500. In order to do so, the Cyclones defense is going to have to tighten up and limit Kansas State's offense.
After dropping two in a row to both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State and nearly upsetting the latter, the Kansas State Wildcats have won their last two games. The Wildcats will be looking to make it four in a row against the Cyclones, who they haven't lost to since 2007. The Wildcats will look too take advantage of a Cyclones defense that gives up nearly 30 points a game and Kansas State will do most of their damage on the ground, rushing for nearly 200 yards a game. Quarterback Collin Klein has given defense fits as a true dual threat quarterback.
Game date, time: 12:30 pm ET, Saturday, December 3rd
Location: Bill Snyder Stadium, Manhattan, KS
TV channel: Local
Spread: Kansas State favored by 11
Series history: Iowa State leads, 49-41
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