Five reasons Kansas State could beat LSU

LSU will face off against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl on Tuesday night. It’s the final bowl game of the season before the championship next Monday.

Kansas State comes into this game with a 7-5 record. Outside of their loss to Texas in the final game of the season, four of those losses came against good teams. For the most part, this is a Kansas State team that took care of business when they were supposed too.

They are coached by Chris Kleiman, who’s in his third-year of the program after running a dynasty at North Dakota State in the FCS.

LSU will be coached by Brad Davis in what is the final game before Brian Kelly assumes that roll. Davis was hired by LSU in June to serve as the offensive line coach. Davis will remain in that position as Brian Kelly takes over.


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With all that being said, Kansas State is the favorite tomorrow. To put it mildly, LSU is dealing with a lot of adversity right now. It’s difficult to imagine them winning this game unless some unexpected names step up. On the other hand, Kansas State has some good things going for it. Here are five reasons the Wildcats could take care of LSU in the Texas Bowl.

LSU hardly even has enough players


Taking a look at the depth chart LSU released yesterday should inspire a lot of optimism amongst Kansas State fans. The cupboard is bare, really bare.

LSU lost a lot of their top players throughout the season. Guys like Kayshon Boutte and Derek Stingley Jr were two of the best in college football at their positions. They were both out by October.

Heading into the bowl game, LSU has seen even more attrition. Damone Clark and Tyrion Davis-Price both opted out to prepare for the draft. Starting cornerbacks like Dwight McGlothern and Cordale Flott aren’t on the most recent…


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