Kansas State remains at No. 3 in the Week 11 edition of the Coaches' Poll.
The Kansas St. Wildcats are once again ranked No. 3 in the Coaches Poll, falling behind Alabama and Oregon in the Week 11 edition. The Wildcats were tested by Oklahoma State but a huge second quarter buoyed them to a perfect 8-0 record, starting the month of November off on the right foot for Bill Snyder's group. The Ducks, however, edged out a ranked USC team on the road and slightly added to the gap between No. 2 and No. 3 in the Coaches Poll.
Oklahoma and Texas are the only other Big 12 teams ranked. The Longhorns and Sooners both picked up wins on the road on Saturday, but the Wildcats are clearly the class of the conference as the season's final month progresses. K-State will now head to Texas for a game against TCU. It could be the hardest of their three remaining games, as a young Gary Patterson team continues to improve.
See the entire USA Today Coaches Poll here.
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