Kansas State University

K-State-Iowa State football game in 2014 moved to week two

Updated: 2013-12-05T00:07:50Z

By KELLIS ROBINETT

The Kansas City Star

Kansas State will face Iowa State on Sept. 6 at Jack Trice Stadium next year in an intriguing early Big 12 Conference game.

The Wildcats and Cyclones were scheduled to play on Oct. 11, but the schools decided to move the game up a month to week two of the regular season. It will be the second game for both teams. K-State will open with Stephen F. Austin, while Iowa State will open against North Dakota State.

The move is yet another change to K-State’s 2014 football schedule. John Currie said earlier this week during a radio interview that K-State would round out its nonconference season at home against Texas-El Paso, which replaced a previously scheduled game against Texas-San Antonio.

In between, K-State will play host to SEC West champion Auburn, which plays Missouri for the conference championship Saturday. K-State is considering playing the Auburn game on Thurs., Sept. 18 as well as Sat., Sept. 20.

To reach Kellis Robinett, send email to krobinett@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/KellisRobinett.

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