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Wildcats 2021 Schedule
|Oct 23rd||@TTU||W 25-24||-0.5 W||U 61||KSU -114|
|Oct 16th||ISU||L 20-33||+6.5 L||O 51||ISU +198|
|Oct 2nd||OKLA||L 31-37||+12.5 L||O 53.5||OKLA +355|
|Sep 25th||@OKST||L 20-31||+6.5 L||O 47.5||OKST +190|
|Sep 18th||NEV||W 38-17||+1.5 W||O 51.5||KSU +100|
|Sep 11th||SIU||W 31-23||-17 W||U 55||KSU -900|
|Sep 4th||STAN||W 24-7||-3.5 W||U 54||KSU -164|
Kansas State Wildcats Football
A pedestrian season for the Wildcats in their 2020 campaign started with a loss to Arkansas State of the Sun Belt and ended with five straight losses in-conference. Still, head coach Chris Klieman remains at the helm, and the Wildcats were perhaps unlucky to finish with a 4-6 record: They lost to Oklahoma State and Baylor by a combined three points, and they went 6-4 on the season against the spread (ATS). This is the page for all your information on the Kansas State Wildcats football schedule, injuries, point spreads, over/unders, player props and more.
Kansas State Wildcats Point Spreads
Bettors should familiarize themselves with the point spread, as it is one of the most common types of bets offered on college football games. It is a bet on whether or not the favored team will win the game by a certain number of points, otherwise known as “covering” the spread.
Here’s an example:
- Kansas Jayhawks (+7.5)
- Kansas State Wildcats (-7.5)
The Wildcats' spread has been marked with a minus sign (-) to indicate that they’re the favored team, while the underdog Jayhawks have a plus sign (+) next to their spread. As 7.5-point favorites, the Wildcats would need to win the game by eight points or more to cover the spread, while Kansas bettors would win if the Jayhawks won the game outright or lost by a touchdown or less.
Kansas State Wildcats Moneylines
Not every bet on a team to win has to be a bet on the spread: The moneyline is a type of wager that focuses only on the outright winner of the game. Same as with point spreads, the minus sign (-) denotes the favorite and the plus sign (+) the underdog.
Let’s touch on that example from earlier:
- Kansas Jayhawks +240
- Kansas State Wildcats -300
The odds here are written in American format, which means they’re written as expressions of $100 wagers. As -300 favorites, a bettor would need to risk $300 to win $100 on the favored Wildcats. As +240 underdogs, a $100 wager on the Jayhawks to win would net $240 if they emerged victorious.
Kansas State Wildcats Over/Unders
Also known as a total bet, over/unders are another popular way to wager on the outcome of a game without having to correctly predict the winner. Instead, sportsbooks will post a number, known as the total, and customers can bet over or under that number. The number is the total number of points that both teams will combine to hit.
If Kansas and Kansas State have a total of 52 points, under bettors will win in a game that ends with 51 points or fewer; for the over to cash, there will need to be a total of 53 points or more. A push would result if there were exactly 52 points scored, and all wagers would be refunded.
Kansas State Wildcats Props
Bettors aren’t limited to wagers tied to the performance of an entire team: Prop bets let gamblers get down on specific aspects of the game, whether it be on a single player, a specific score at the quarter or half, or even who will win the coin toss.
Most props are player props, bets on a single player’s statistical output in a given game. Common examples in college football include over/under yardage totals and first touchdown scorer bets.
Game props cover a variety of questions that gamblers can answer about the game, such as “who will win the race to 21 points?” and “will the coin toss land on heads or tails?” Props differ greatly from book to book, so make sure to download the Action Network app to always shop for the best line.
Kansas State Wildcats Futures
Not all bets are settled at the end of the game. Futures are a type of bet that refers to wagers in which the timeline ends at some point in the future, usually after the season has concluded. Futures can be bets on a team’s success — think preseason win totals, odds to win the conference, or betting a team to make the College Football Playoff — or on a player’s individual stat line over the season, like betting QB Skylar Thompson to go over his passing touchdowns total or even to win the Heisman.
More than any other type of bet, odds on futures are different depending on the book, so make sure to read The Action Network's sportsbook reviews to find that book that’s right for you.