Monday, October 19, 2009

A Football Saturday at Kansas State

On Saturday October 17th a friend of mine and I attended the football game between the Kansas State Wildcats and the Aggies of Texas A&M in Manhattan. K-State had lost the week before to Texas Tech in Lubbock by a lopsided score and so we didn't know exactly what to expect, the Aggies were a solid favorite entering the game. We were pleasantly surprised by the play of Kansas State who dominated the game from start to finish, the Wildcats had a 38-0 halftime lead and ended up winning by a final score of 62-14. It turned out to be a nice way to spend a crisp October afternoon and evening.

We walked through campus on the way to the stadium, this is Anderson Hall the Kansas State University administration building, construction began in 1877 and was completed in 1884.

Scene in front of Anderson Hall

The next pictures show some of the Fall foliage on the Kansas State University Campus

We arrive at Bill Snyder Family Stadium

The Dev Nelson Press Box named for the longtime play by play announcer for the Wildcats

The east stadium viewed from the press box area

The view from the east side of the stadium looking north toward the KSU Agronomy Farms and the hills beyond

The Stadium Lights at Sunset

The scoreboard near the end of the first quarter


  1. Enjoyed your pictorial of the stadium, college & Fall foliage!


  2. What a great game that was!!!!!

  3. Somehow I missed this post..Great fall foliage...and you must have been soo happy to be there!

  4. Thanks Warren for posting the pictures. Campus looks beautiful. I hope in my upcoming trip, I can walk around and see the campus. I love going to different campuses and this post gives me a "feeling" before I get there.

    Thanks much!