When the Miami Hurricanes come to play the No. 21 Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday afternoon in Manhattan, Kansas, it will be the fifth non-conference BCS team to do so. K-State is looking forward to the big game, according to senior quarterback Collin Klein, and he wants the home town to sell out Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium.
"I hope so," Klein told Joshua Kinder of The Manhattan Mercury regarding a potential sellout. "Otherwise, we need to maybe cut practice off a little early and go out there and start peddling to get this thing filled up." Per Kinder, there were 1,200 tickets still remaining on Tuesday for the game
Snyder is 4-0 in his four games against BCS teams from outside the Big 12, including his most recent win over the UCLA Bruins in 2010 by a 31-22 score.
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