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Kansas State Wildcats vs Texas Longhorns 11/26/2021 Picks Predictions Previews

Kansas State Wildcats vs Texas Longhorns 11/26/2021 Picks Predictions Previews

 

The Kansas State Wildcats (7-4) will take on the Texas Longhorns (4-7) in the Big 12 college football competition at Texas Memorial Stadium/Jamail Field in Austin on Friday, November 26, 2021, at 12:00 NN ET.

 

Kansas State is preparing to bounce back from a 10-point loss to 9th ranked Baylor in their recent stint last time out. The Wildcats snapped a four-game winning streak after that defeat to the Bears.

 

Kansas State is in 5th place at 4-4 in the Big 12 Conference with a 7-4 overall standing this season. The Wildcats’ offense failed to score in the 1st & 4th quarters while their defense allowed Baylor to score 17 points at halftime leading to their 10-20 loss on Saturday.

 

Kansas State posted 263 yards of total offense while their defense allowed the Bears to earn 387 yards of total offense in the losing effort. QB Skylar Thompson gained 158 passing yards but failed to land a touchdown.

 

QB Skylar Thompson recorded a total of 1,854 passing yards with nine touchdowns but intercepted four times on the season. Deuce Vaughn led the running game with 987 rushing yards and nailed 13 touchdowns while Phillip Brooks led the Wildcats’ receivers with 432 yards and scored two touchdowns.

 

In leading the Wildcats defensive line, LB Daniel Green stopped the ball with 63 total tackles and DE Felix Anudike-Uzomah had 11.0 sacks at the backfield.

 

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Kansas State Wildcats vs Texas Longhorns Predictions 11/26/2021

 

The Texas Longhorns continued losing games and will try to bounce back after earning their 6th straight loss at the hands of West Virginia. The Longhorns also gave up to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Iowa State, and Kansas.

 

Texas is in 10th place at 2-6 in the Big 12 Conference with a 4-7 overall standing this season. The Longhorns’ offense collapsed from the start of the game with zero-point while their defense allowed 28 points to the Mountaineers heading to their 23-31 defeat.

 

Texas earned 355 yards of total offense but their defense ended up allowing West Virginia to acquire 461 yards of total offense in the loss. QB Hudson Card threw for 123 yards with a TD while RB Keiland Robinson added a TD in rushing for 111 yards.  

 

QB Hudson Card led the Longhorns with 590 passing yards and scored 24 touchdowns but intercepted seven times this season.

 

On ground offense, Bijan Robinson rushed for 1,127 yards and scored 11 touchdowns in leading the running game while Xavier Worthy posted 913 receiving yards and landed 12 touchdowns. On defense, DeMarvion Overshown led Texas defenders with 72 total tackles this season.       

 

Kansas State Wildcats vs. Texas Longhorns. The NCAAF Pick for this match-up is Kansas State +3. The hope of Texas to earn an invitation for a bowl contest vanished after losing six consecutive outings and the Longhorns are on their way to losing their 7th successive match against the strong Wildcats’ team.

 

Kansas State offense is just too much for Texas defense to handle while the Wildcats’ defense will freeze the Longhorns’ weak offense. Moreover, Kansas State won 2 of their 3 road games of the year. Prediction: TheWildcats will win at 31-24.   

 

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NCAAF Starting Time 12:00 NN ET

 

Location: Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium/Jamail Field in Austin, Texas

 

Date: Friday, November 26, 2021

 

TV: FOX

 

NCAAF Odds/Point Spread: Kansas State Wildcats +3

 

NCAAF Totals: 51.5

 

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