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KSU vs. Mississippi State Spread, Betting Preview

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/14/2019

The Kansas State vs. Mississippi State line has come down from Bulldogs -8 to -7. Kansas State is the first Power 5 nonconference opponent to play in Starkville, Miss. since 2009.  68% of the spread action was on the Wildcats.

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ABOUT KANSAS STATE (2-0): The Wildcats are in their first season under Klieman after the retirement of school icon Bill Snyder but are not taking any steps back on the field after beating Nicholls and Bowling Green by a combined score of 101-14. Kansas State piled up a total of 694 rushing yards in those two contests with senior running back James Gilbert (218 yards and three touchdowns) and quarterback Skylar Thompson helping to give the defense plenty of breathing room. "As a defensive player, I love to see what's going on," defensive tackle Trey Dishon told reporters. "Skylar's getting the boys right, (we) just gotta worry about our side of the ball. They're doing what they need to be doing."

ABOUT MISSISSIPPI STATE (2-0): Stevens threw a pair of touchdown passes in last week's 38-15 triumph over Southern Miss before leaving with an upper-body injury and is questionable for Saturday. Running back Kylin Hill took over more responsibility on offense with Stevens out, pushing his totals to 320 yards and two TDs through two games, and is prepared for a bigger role if Stevens is limited. "It never excites you to see your teammate go down," Hill told reporters. "Tommy is a hard-working guy, but I had to step up to the plate. I had to do what I had to do to get the win."

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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