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Dawg Preview: Baylor Bears vs Kansas State Wildcats

K-State Stadium
Bill Snyder Family Stadium- Photo Credit Nick Friesen CFD

Both teams are coming off of heartbreaking overtime losses last week. Baylor (3-6,2-4) lost at home to Houston. K-State (6-3,4-2) lost on the road at Texas. Kansas State dominated Baylor last year in Waco Texas 31-3. This game on paper is trending in K-State's favor with the sportsbooks setting the line at 21 points. Baylor is giving up 187.3 yards a game on the ground which is in Kansas State's favor.

Where to watch?

  • Time- 3 PM EST/2 PM CST

  • Channel- ESPN+

  • Announcers- Noah Reed and Barrett Brooks

Players to watch - Kansas State Wildcats

DJ Giddens Running Back K-State- Comes into this game with 744 yards and 7 touchdowns on the ground. Baylor struggles with the rush game on defense. If K-State can get him and Treshaun Ward going the offense should not have many issues putting up points.

Kobe Savage Safety K-State- Against Baylor last year Kobe injured his knee and ended his season. This game will mean a lot against these guys. Coming into this game Kobe has taken the leadership role for the defense having 49 tackles and 2 interceptions.

Players to watch - Baylor Bears

Blake Shapen Quarterback Baylor- Blake enters this game with 1738 yards passing with 8 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. He will have to have to have one of his best performances of this season on the road to keep Baylor in this game. K-State's secondary has given up some big plays through the air this season so Blake Shapen will need to capitalize on those chances if they arise.

Matt Jones Linebacker Baylor- Comes into this game with 59 tackles, 2 sacks, and 4 pass deflections on the season. He will have a tall task against the K-State offensive line and running backs, but the Baylor defense will need him to continue having success to slow down the rushing attack from the Wildcats.


The Kansas State Wildcats should not have many issues in this game. Baylor has had a rough season, and it looks to continue in Manhattan Kansas. K-State wins 41-17.


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