Iowa State Cyclones vs. Kansas State Wildcats

The No. 20 Kansas State Wildcats (4-1) will do battle with a fellow Big 12 squad when they go to the Iowa State Cyclones (3-2) on Saturday, October 8, 2022 at Jack Trice Stadium. Below is an article containing all the details you need, including how to watch this game on FuboTV.

How to Watch Iowa State vs. Kansas State

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Betting Information for Kansas State vs. Iowa State

Kansas State vs Iowa State Betting Information
Favorite Spread Total
Kansas State -1 45

Kansas State and Iowa State Stats

  • Kansas State has scored 32.4 points per game this season, 18 more than Iowa State has given up.
  • Kansas State has turned the ball over two times this season, while Iowa State has nine takeaways.
  • Iowa State has scored 26 points per game this year, 7.8 more than Kansas State has given up.
  • This year Kansas State has forced 11 turnovers, compared to the nine times Iowa State has turned the ball over.

Kansas State Players to Watch

  • Adrian Martinez leads Kansas State with 654 passing yards (130.8 ypg) on 74-of-119 passing with three touchdowns and zero interceptions this season. He also has 469 rushing yards (93.8 ypg) on 72 carries while scoring nine touchdowns on the ground.
  • Deuce Vaughn has carried the ball 110 times for a team-high 638 yards (127.6 per game), with three touchdowns this year.
  • Malik Knowles’ 157 receiving yards (31.4 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 15 receptions and one touchdown.
  • Phillip Brooks has hauled in 16 passes for 155 yards (31 yards per game) and one touchdown this year.
  • Kade Warner’s 14 grabs have turned into 133 yards (26.6 ypg) and one touchdown.

Iowa State Players to Watch

  • Hunter Dekkers has thrown for 1,316 yards (263.2 ypg) to lead Iowa State, completing 69.3% of his passes and collecting 11 touchdown passes and six interceptions this season.
  • The team’s top rusher, Jirehl Brock, has carried the ball 65 times for 361 yards (72.2 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
  • This season Deon Silas has rushed for 110 yards (22 per game) on 29 carries with two touchdowns.
  • Xavier Hutchinson’s 504 receiving yards (100.8 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s collected 49 receptions and five touchdowns.
  • Jaylin Noel has put up a 253-yard season so far (50.6 receiving yards per game), hauling in 23 passes.
  • Dimitri Stanley’s 12 catches are good enough for 162 yards (32.4 ypg) and one touchdown.

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