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‘CATS OPEN BIG 12 PLAY WITH ISU … IN KC

‘CATS OPEN BIG 12 PLAY WITH ISU … IN KC

MANHATTAN, Kan. - It's Kansas State's home game, but one that will be played at the home of the Kansas City Chiefs. The Wildcats will be trying to go 3-0 to start a season for the first time since 2006 Saturday at 11 a.m. against the 1-1 Cyclones. While the KSU administration likes the idea of playing games in major cities, coach Bill Snyder would just as soon be playing at ‘his' stadium.

It's a home game, that's on the road. While it's Kansas State's year to play Iowa State in Manhattan this year, the game Saturday will be played at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium completing a two-game contract between the two schools. "The Chiefs have been terrific hosts," said KSU athletics director John Currie. "It's a world-class facility that is in a huge market for us, so we'll continue to...

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