Farmageddon is the name folks have given to Kansas State and Iowa State's game at Arrowhead Stadium. The nickname is a couple of years old but may not last much longer.
Blair Kerkhoff of the KC Star has a good story on the subject.
The Wildcats probably won't continue the series beyond Saturday, and it pains me to say this: Returning the game to campus would be the right call.
A game like this requires compelling reasons to exist outside its natural setting, and Farmageddon, which features two colleges with a strong agricultural curriculum, doesn't have enough.
For K-State, the game makes sense because they have so many alumni here. They can attract people to the game...but is it enough? I didn't attend the game last year but I saw pictures of Arrowhead Stadium and it looked like...well, that the Chiefs were playing there. Maybe half-full.
I can see how K-State would end this as Bill Snyder doesn't like these games anyway. He'd rather bring everyone to Manhattan and have them spend their money in that town.