Kansas State travels to Texas Tech for a night game as the Wildcats look to improve 6-0.
The Kansas St. Wildcats are undefeated and are looking to improve to 6-0 for the first time since the 1999 Kansas State team started the season 9-0. Last week Kansas State held off a late rally to defeat the Missouri Tigers 24-17 with running back John Hubert leading the way by rushing for 126 yards, but it was quarterback Collin Klein who was the goal line back as he scored three rushing touchdowns and ran for 45 yards himself.
Getting to six wins will be a difficult task as Kansas State hosts the Texas Tech Red Raiders and their high-powered passing offense which is scoring 45.8 points per game and is led by quarterback Seth Doege who is averaging 354 yards per game. Texas Tech is coming off of a heartbreaking 45-40 loss to Texas A&M and in the process lost their starting running back Eric Stephens to a dislocated knee in last weeks loss. Senior Aaron Crawford is to start for the injured Stephens this week.
Kansas State has lost five in a row against Texas Tech and will need to be on their defensive game to be able to keep their undefeated season alive.