Kansas State Football History

WILDCAT FOOTBALL: THE TRADITION CONTINUES
Year-by-Year Results
View the all-time record for Kansas State, along with results from every season in Wildcat history.
Bowl Game History
The Wildcats were one of just eight programs nationally to earn a postseason bowl berth every season from 1993-2003. Since 1993, Kansas State has played in six different bowls in three different states, including the 2006 Texas Bowl in Houston.
All-Americans
Kansas State has seen an impressive 34 First- and Second-Team All-American players.
2003 Big 12 Conference Champions
Kansas State defeated No. 1-ranked Oklahoma to capture its first-ever Big 12 Conference championship after winning their fourth North Division title.
11-Win Seasons
Kansas State won 11 games every year from 1997-2003 and was the second program in the nation to ever record six 11-win seasons in a seven-year stretch.
In the Pros
Kansas State Wildcats have become a regular part of the annual NFL Draft in recent years. K-State has had at least one player drafted in each of the last 16 seasons, including first round pick Josh Freeman in 2009.

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Since 1990, Kansas State's roster has featured 786 players hailing from 36 different states including the District of Columbia.