Mississippi State vs Kansas State Live Stream Online Watch Mississippi State vs Kansas State, Live Game NCAAF College FootBall On 4k TVMississippi State vs Kansas State – Live Game NCAAF College FootBall On 4k TV The Mississippi State Bulldogs get their first true test when they travel to Manhattan, Kansas, to face the Kansas State Wildcats at noon Our college football experts predict, pick and preview the Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Kansas State Wildcats game, with kickoff time.
Maroon and White Nation’s official podcast is back. The Maroon and White Audible is here to take a look at the most recent upcoming Mississippi State Bulldogs game and news. On this particular episode, Ethan Lee takes a look at key storylines in Mississippi State football’s game against Kansas State.
Also on this episode is a group of previews and predictions for almost every single upcoming SEC football game this weekend. There’s a couple of interesting games and then some rather uninspiring matchups that really don’t mean much.
Let’s talk about them anyway! Which SEC football games are actually interesting this week? Are there any games that are actually intriguing and notable and should be kept up with this weekend? Or should MSU fans only focus on the Bulldogs’ game this weekend? Speaking of MSU football: what about the Mississippi State football game against Kansas State? What’s going on with that game? Which storylines should Mississippi State fans try to follow this weekend?
The most recent episode of this Mississippi State podcast, the Maroon and White Audible, is here to discuss that. Follow along with MaWA on iTunes or Google Play Music. You can also find every episode of the Maroon and White Audible on Spreaker.
Sound the alarms because we now know what the Mississippi State football team will be wearing on the field against the Kansas State Wildcats! In a video tweeted out by the official Mississippi State football twitter account, @HailStateFb, the Bulldogs showed off the uniforms that they’ll be wearing against the Wildcats tomorrow afternoon.
Since the Bulldogs are on the road for this weekend, the uniforms are not the same ones that we saw in Davis Wade Stadium against Stephen F. Austin last week. However, these uniforms still look really sharp.
The Wildcats will take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs at 11 a.m. Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium a week after surviving their opener against South Dakota, an opponent some K-State players admitted they overlooked with a ranked foe up next on the schedule.
The No. 18 Bulldogs are the first ranked nonconference opponent to come to town since Auburn in 2014 and the second since Southern California in 2002. It should be an electric atmosphere in Manhattan. This is without a doubt K-State’s biggest nonconference game of the season. Kansas State doesn’t play as a home dog often, but when it does, it usually goes well for those who bet the Wildcats.
Going back to 2011, Kansas State is 9-3 against the spread when getting points at home. The Wildcats are getting points on the college football betting lines for Saturday afternoon’s meeting with Mississippi State.
MSU opened its 2018 season and the post-Dan Mullen era with a 63-6 drubbing of Stephen F. Austin on Saturday in Starkville.
Playing without suspended quarterback Nick Fitzgerald, the Bulldogs scored a touchdown on their first play from scrimmage, led 21-0 after one quarter and 35-3 at the half. They then tacked on four scores in the second half on their way to covering the spread as 47-point favorites.
On the night, Mississippi State outgained the Lumberjacks 618-254, and most of SFA’s yardage came in garbage time in the second half. Bulldogs replacement quarterback Keytaon Thompson threw for 364 yards and five touchdowns and ran for 109 yards and two more scores, while the MSU defense allowed just a pair of field goals.
Fitzgerald, who threw 15 touchdown passes last year and ran for 14 scores, is expected to return to his starting role this week. KSU opened its season on Saturday with a 27-24 victory over upstart South Dakota State. The Wildcats trailed the Coyotes at the half 24-12 but won the second half 15-0 to avoid the upset.
For the game, Kansas State outrushed South Dakota State 256-77 and ground out a 38-22 advantage in time of possession. But four Wildcats turnovers and 129 yards worth of penalties hampered their effort all night.