STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Coming off of its bye week, No. 24 Kansas State goes on the road Saturday to play Oklahoma State in what will be new head coach Chris Kliemans first Big 12 matchup.
The Wildcats improved to 3-0 with a 31-24 come-from-behind victory over Mississippi State on Sept. 14. The week off was a help.
It was good for us from a staffs point of view to evaluate where we are, what we feel we can do with the group of guys we have, said Klieman, who won four FCS national championships in five years at North Dakota State before replacing Bill Snyder in December. Where do we see our strengths, where do we see our weaknesses? (We) try to work on all those weaknesses, emphasize the strengths. We try to see where were thin at positionally. This is only going to be game four, but were still pretty new with our program.
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