Troy vs #15 Kansas State Odds, and Picks (Sep 9)

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  • Troy won their game against Stephen F. Austin, but gave up 30 points.
  • Kansas State had no trouble against SE Missouri State, winning 45-0.
  • These two teams last met on August 30, 2003, in a game Kansas State won 41-5.

Week 2 of the college football season is upon us. Let’s preview the upcoming Troy vs Kansas State game.

How to Watch

  • FS1


Troy had an inconsistent performance against their FCS opponent in Week 1. Entering the game as 26-point favorites, the Trojans quickly jumped out to a 21-3 lead in the 1st quarter. Unfortunately, sloppy play allowed Stephen F. Austin to bring the score back to 24-20 soon after. Troy finished with 300 more yards on offense, but also turned the ball over four times. They need to secure the ball much better in Week 2.

Kansas State had no trouble in their opener against an FCS team, winning 45-0. It was another strong showing for a defense that has been among the Big-12’s best over the past few seasons. The Wildcats have a good chance to repeat as Big-12 champions this season, currently sitting as the 2nd-highest ranked team in the conference. They’ll need to avoid a potential disappointment against the Trojans.


Troy opened the season receiving some AP Poll votes, as they were expected to be among the best group of 5 teams this season. Their first game of the season didn’t provide a ton of confidence, but I still think the Trojans will be good this year. That being said, they’ll be completely outmatched against a top-15 squad in Kansas State this week. I’ll take the Wildcats to win it, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Troy covers.

NCAAF Picks:

  • Kansas State 41, Troy 23 ()
Keith McCarthy
Contributor Keith McCarthy is an experienced sports analyst with a passion for predicting the outcomes of games spanning across sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, with a special expertise in college sports.