Until their December Texas Bowl win, Kansas State had little recent success against teams from the SEC. Bill Snyder’s Wildcats rocked Texas A&M and two of his players continued to remind the Aggies about it this week- all in fun.
Social media never stops. It’s good, bad and you never know what you’ll find.
This week, Texas A&M fans deciding to brag on social media and put down the Big 12 Conference. The Aggies don’t have a lot of room to talk
Texas A&M has not set the SEC on fire since leaving the Big 12.
In the Liberty Bowl following the 2015 regular season, the Wildcats lost to Arkansas 45-23.
In the January 2012 Cotton Bowl, Arkansas also beat Snyder’s ‘Cats 29-16.
During the regular season in September of 2014 Auburn edged the Wildcats in Manhattan 20-14.
The Wildcats also opened the 2007 season with a loss to the Tigers at Auburn’s Jordan–Hare Stadium 23-13. Don’t blame that one on Bill Snyder.
Prior to the Texas Bowl whipping of the Aggies, the Wildcats had not beaten an SEC team since New Year’s Day of 2001.
On that day, the ‘Cats outscored Tennessee 35-21 in the Cotton Bowl.
Kansas State will see another SEC team this season. On September 16, Bill Snyder will take the team to Nashville to face Vanderbilt.
Considering the agreements with the Big 12 Conference, Kansas State could find another SEC team in their path in post season, bowl game action.