Kansas State Football Tickets
Despite winning the conference title five times, primarily in the early 20th century, Kansas State football has the third most losses in college football, behind only Northwestern and Indiana. But Kansas State football tickets perhaps sell just as well for fans to see the school's famous marching band, The Pride Of Wildcat Land, in action pre-game and during the halftime show.
According to most people familiar with the program, Kansas State football began on Thanksgiving Day, 1893, when the team defeated St. Mary's Academy 18-10. But many other people claim that the team's first game didn't take place until a game against an Abilene, Kansas team in November of 1894. Regardless, the team's first official game was played in 1896. Until 1935, Kansas State saw reasonable success on the field, winning most of their conference titles before 1935. But from 1935 until 1995, Kansas State earned enough losses with a strong of unsuccessful years to earn their reputation as one of the least winningest teams in college football.
The Kansas State Wildcats currently play at the Bill Snyder Family Stadium, named after the team's current head coach who is enjoying his 20th year as head coach in 2012.