1999 Kansas State Wildcats football team

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1999 Kansas State Wildcats football
Big 12 North co-champion
Holiday Bowl champion
Holiday Bowl, W 24–20 vs. Washington
Conference Big 12 Conference
DivisionNorth
Ranking
CoachesNo. 6
APNo. 6
1999 record11–1 (7–1 Big 12)
Head coach
Offensive coordinator Ron Hudson (3rd season)
Defensive coordinator Phil Bennett (1st season)
Home stadium KSU Stadium (Capacity: 50,300)
Seasons
  1998
2000  
1999 Big 12 Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
Northern Division
No. 3 Nebraska xy$ 71    121 
No. 6 Kansas State x 71    111 
Colorado  53    75 
Kansas  35    57 
Iowa State  17    47 
Missouri  17    47 
Southern Division
No. 21 Texas xy 62    95 
Oklahoma  53    75 
Texas Tech  53    65 
No. 23 Texas A&M  53    84 
Oklahoma State  35    56 
Baylor  08    110 
Championship: Nebraska 22, Texas 6
  • $ BCS representative as conference champion
  • x Division champion/co-champions
  • y Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1999 Kansas State Wildcats football team represented Kansas State University in the 1999 NCAA Division I-A football season The team's head football coach was Bill Snyder. The Wildcats played their home games in KSU Stadium. 1999 saw the Wildcats finish with a record of 11–1, and a 7–1 record in Big 12 Conference play. The season culminated with a win over Washington in the 1999 Holiday Bowl. The Wildcat defense did not give up a score in the third quarter all season.

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The Wildcats tied a school record for shutouts in a season with three. They shutout Temple, Utah State, and Missouri. The Wildcats shutout Missouri three times in five games in Manhattan between 1991 and 1999. The Wildcats also shutout three opponents in 1991 and 2002. [1]

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
September 116:10 p.m. Temple *No. 17W 40–050,624
September 186:10 p.m. UTEP *No. 16
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
W 40–750,923
September 2511:30 a.m.at Iowa State No. 15 FSN W 35–2840,057
October 22:30 p.m.at No. 15 Texas No. 13 ABC W 35–1783,082
October 91:10 p.m. Kansas No. 9
W 50–952,254
October 161:10 p.m. Utah State *No. 9
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
W 40–051,106
October 2311:30 a.m.at Oklahoma State No. 7FSNW 44–2148,500
October 301:10 p.m. Baylor Dagger-14-plain.pngNo. 6
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
W 48–749,732
November 611:30 a.m. Colorado No. 6
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
FSNW 20–1452,077
November 132:30 p.m.at No. 7 Nebraska No. 5ABCL 15–4177,744
November 201:10 p.m. Missouri No. 9
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
FSNW 66–051,234
December 297:00 p.m.vs. Washington *No. 7 ESPN W 24–2057,118
  • *Non-conference game
  • Dagger-14-plain.pngHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Central time

[2]

Roster

1999 Kansas State Wildcats football team roster
PlayersCoaches
Offense
Pos.#NameClass
RB 32 David Allen Jr
QB 18 Jonathan Beasley Jr
T 63Ryan CummingsJr
OL 64Andy EbySo
QB 19Alam HelmSr
WR 22 Aaron Lockett So
T 77 Damion McIntosh Sr
TE 85 Shad Meier Jr
WR 5 Quincy Morgan Jr
RB 3 Frank Murphy Sr
Defense
Pos.#NameClass
DE 44 Monty Beisel Jr
CB 23 Jerametrius Butler So
DB 35 Dyshod Carter Jr
FS 1 Lamar Chapman Sr
SS 40 Jarrod Cooper Jr
DT 75 Mario Fatafehi Jr
DE 49 Darren Howard Sr
LB 52 Ben Leber So
FS 38 Jon McGraw So
CB 4 Terence Newman Fr
LB 42 Mark Simoneau Sr
Special teams
Pos.#NameClass
K 20Mike GoodnowSr
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Cruz Roja.svg Injured
  • Redshirt.svg Redshirt

Roster

Game summaries

at #15 Texas

Kansas State at Texas
1234Total
Kansas State6391735
Texas770317

K-State won its first ever Big 12 trip to Austin, and first since 1942 (a 64-0 loss). They beat Texas soundly 48-7 in Manhattan in the 1998 campaign. David Allen returned a 74 yard punt for a NCAA record-tying touchdown and also scored a running touchdown as Texas turned the ball over a whopping six times. Kicker Jamie Rheem set a new school record with five field goals from 22, 23, 32, 27, and 20 yards. Linebacker Mark Simoneau scored on a pick six with 8:31 left in the fourth quarter extend the Wildcats' lead to 24-17. Jonathan Beasley who was removed from the game in the previous week's 35-28 victory over Iowa State relieved a struggling starting quarterback Adam Helm in the second quarter.

at #7 Nebraska

Kansas State at Nebraska
1234Total
Kansas State090615
Nebraska16801741

Statistics

Team

KSUOpp
Scoring433144
  Points per Game39.413.1
First Downs203143
  Rushing10868
  Passing7955
  Penalty1620
Total Offense4,1222,585
  Avg per Play5.33.7
  Avg per Game374.7235.0
Fumbles-Lost24-1234-17
Penalties-Yards101-86076-542
  Avg per Game78.249.3
KSUOpp
Punts-Yards58-2,07386-3,099
  Avg per Punt35.736.0
Time of Possession/Game33:4426:16
3rd Down Conversions49/15735/157
4th Down Conversions10/163/12
Touchdowns Scored5419
Field Goals-Attempts19-243-10
PAT-Attempts48-5017-17
Attendance357,951249,383
  Games/Avg per Game7/51,1364/62,346

Scores by quarter

1234Total
Kansas State105120108100433
Opponents5449041144

Offense

Rushing

NameGPAttGainLossNetAvgTDLongAvg/G
Joe Hall9121628156135.164768.1
Frank Murphy 797569285415.664677.3
David Allen 107437173644.964436.4
Total11526236533320323.93147184.7
Opponents11378157135012213.21346111.0

Passing

NameGP-GSEfficAtt-Cmp-IntYdsTDLngAvg/GPct.
Jonathan Beasley 11-11134.89203-90-721,8051488164.144.3
Total11-11124.91256-116-92,0901488190.045.3
Opponents1165.74315-118-211,364570124.037.5

Receiving

NameGPNo.YdsAvgTDLongAvg/G
Quincy Morgan 1142100724.098891.5
Aaron Lockett 113353116.134348.3
Frank Murphy 76396.50135.6
David Allen 1044010.01144.0
Total111162,09018.01488190.0
Opponents111181,36411.6570124.0

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References

  1. "Shutout info". Archived from the original on 2008-08-30. Retrieved 2008-11-17.
  2. DeLassus, David. "Kansas State University coaching records by game (1999)". College Football Data Warehouse . Retrieved January 11, 2011.