On Saturday, Jack Trice Stadium will host a college football game between Kansas and Iowa State.
The Kansas Jayhawks are fresh off a 38-33 victory against the Oklahoma Sooners and are sporting a 6-2 record that is above. 500 heading into their match against Iowa State. After completing 41 attempts for 225 yards and 4 touchdowns by rushing over Oklahoma, Kansas’ offense concluded its performance victorious. Their passing game, however, ended with 218 yards after 32 pass attempts and no touchdowns. QB Jason Bean attempted 32 passes versus Oklahoma in their last encounter. Upon finishing, he had 218 passing yards with a 46.9% completion percentage. He also threw a pair of interceptions in the victory.
Jason Bean has served as Kansas’ go-to player up until this moment, and unless Jalon Daniels is returning, it’s likely that will remain. Kansas recently pulled off a passionate and historic victory over Oklahoma. Even though his passing numbers aren’t particularly impressive, Bean produced the plays, whether they were with his legs or his arm, that were needed to win the previous week.
Iowa State defeated Baylor 30–18, improving their record to 5–3 ahead of their game against Kansas this week. Against Baylor, the Cyclones’ passing attack consisted of 31 throw attempts for 238 yards with a touchdown. They scored 2 rushing scores averaging 5.5 yards per carry in the running game. Quarterback Rocco Becht finished with a passer rating of 82.46 in the victory over Baylor, completing 19 of 31 throws for 238 yards. In addition, he scored a single touchdown during the contest.
Getting When Kansas eventually defeated Oklahoma for the very first time since 1997, one among the Jayhawks’ most ecstatic individuals was Kenny Logan, the defensive captain. Logan paced the group in the performance and recorded a season-high 10 tackles while facing the Sooners; he will need to perform well once more this week.
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Kansas Jayhawks vs Iowa State Cyclones Game Information
- Date: 11/04/2023
- Time: 07:00 PM ET
- Location: Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA
- How to Watch Kansas vs Iowa: ESPN
- Live Stream: fubo.tv