But the bounce-back may be a bit harder if tight end Briley Moore is not available and according to a recent report he will be a game-time decision.
Moore transferred to Kansas State from Northern Iowa where he was an FCS pre-season All-America candidate before a season ending injury in the 2019 opener derailed his season. In 2018, his last healthy season, he had 39 catches for 536 yards and four touchdowns for the Panthers.
This season, he’s been a safety blanket for Skylar Thompson and now Will Howard with 19 catches for 271 yards and three touchdowns. His best game came against Texas Tech when he had two catches for 78 yards and one touchdown, a 66-yard reception for a score.
Moore injured his back last week in the loss to the Mountaineers.
Kansas State and Oklahoma State kick off at 3:00 CST from Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas.
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