Fill The Bill: The 5 biggest crowds in Kansas State football history

There have been a lot of great games played at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, and Kansas State fans new how to fill The Bill.

Nov 11, 2023; Manhattan, Kansas, USA; The Kansas State Wildcats Pride of Wildcat Land Marching Band
Nov 11, 2023; Manhattan, Kansas, USA; The Kansas State Wildcats Pride of Wildcat Land Marching Band / Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports
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463. . No. 4. November 11, 2000. . Kansas state football. No. 16. 53,811 in attendance. 488

Any Kansas State fan will see this matchup on this date and know exactly which game I am talking about. This game had the largest sellout crowd in Kansas State football history with 53,811 people in attendance. This also marked the largest crowd to ever witness a sporting event in the state of Kansas.

The wildcats took the lead over the Cornhuskers in this hated rivalry with just four minutes to and won the game 29-28 in front of the electric crowd.

I was not even born when this game took place, but it is such an infamous game that I almost feel like I was there. This was one of Kansas State's biggest wins in school history as it gave them the ability to represent the North Division in the 2000 Big 12 Championship.

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