Overall Kansas State 2020 Preview
Kansas State is on the cusp of being in the top four and has the second easiest schedule in the Big 12. However, they have plenty to worry about. The Wildcats have question marks at RB, OL, DL and DB. In addition, they play in arguably the deepest P5 conference, where teams 1-9 are capable of beating anyone on any given Saturday. The 2020 season will come down to addressing those position specific questions and staying sharp week in and week out.
More likely than not, K-State takes a slight step back in 2020. With so much youth and inexperience on the lines, things could become difficult on both sides of the ball. Unless a few players can blow up or surprise in 2020. Kansas State is looking at finishing in the middle of the pack