2000 Kansas State Wildcats football team

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2000 Kansas State Wildcats football
Kstate text logo.svg
Big 12 North co-champion
Cotton Bowl Classic champion
Big 12 Championship Game, L 27-24 vs. Oklahoma
Conference Big 12 Conference
DivisionNorth Division
Ranking
CoachesNo. 8
APNo. 9
2000 record113 (62 Big 12)
Head coach
Offensive coordinator Ron Hudson (4th season)
Defensive coordinator Phil Bennett (2nd season)
Home stadium KSU Stadium
(Capacity: 50,300)
Seasons
  1999
2001  
2000 Big 12 Conference football standings
Conf  Overall
Team W L    W L 
Northern Division
No. 9 Kansas State xy 62    113 
No. 8 Nebraska x 62    102 
No. 25 Iowa State  53    93 
Colorado  35    38 
Kansas  26    47 
Missouri  26    38 
Southern Division
No. 1 Oklahoma x$# 80    130 
No. 12 Texas  71    93 
Texas A&M  53    75 
Texas Tech  35    76 
Oklahoma State  17    38 
Baylor  08    29 
Championship: Oklahoma 27, Kansas State 24
  • # BCS National Champion
  • $ BCS representative as conference champion
  • x Division champion/co-champions
  • y Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2000 Kansas State Wildcats football team represented Kansas State University in the 2000 NCAA Division I-A football season. The team's head coach was Bill Snyder. The Wildcats played their home games in KSU Stadium. 2000 saw the Wildcats finish with a record of 113, and a 62 record in Big 12 Conference play, including a 29–28 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and winning Big 12 North division. The season culminated with a win over Tennessee in the Cotton Bowl Classic.

Contents

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
August 261:00 p.m.vs. Iowa *No. 8 FSN W 27–777,148 [1]
September 26:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech *No. 8FSNW 54–1048,902 [2]
September 166:00 p.m. Ball State *No. 7
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
W 76–046,916 [3]
September 231:00 p.m. North Texas *No. 4
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
W 55–1047,926 [4]
September 302:30 p.m.at Colorado No. 5 ABC W 44–2151,896 [5]
October 71:00 p.m.at Kansas No. 4W 52–1348,500 [6]
October 142:30 p.m.No. 8 Oklahoma No. 2
ABCL 31–4153,011 [7]
October 216:00 p.m. Texas Tech Dagger-14-plain.pngNo. 10
  • KSU Stadium
  • Manhattan, KS
FSNW 28–2351,140 [8]
October 282:30 p.m.at Texas A&M No. 10ABCL 10–2680,659 [9]
November 411:30 a.m. Iowa State No. 19
FSNW 56–1050,114 [10]
November 116:00 p.m.No. 4 Nebraska No. 16
FSNW 29–2853,811 [11]
November 1811:30 a.m.at Missouri No. 9FSNW 28–2449,277 [12]
December 27:00 p.m.vs. No. 1 Oklahoma No. 8
ABCL 24–2779,655 [13]
January 110:00 a.m.vs. No. 21 Tennessee *No. 11 FOX W 35–2163,465 [14]
  • *Non-conference game
  • Dagger-14-plain.pngHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Central time

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Roster

2000 Kansas State Wildcats football team roster
PlayersCoaches
Offense
Pos.#NameClass
QB 18 Jonathan Beasley Sr
OL 53 Nick Leckey Fr
OL 64 Ryan Lilja Fr
TE 85 Shad Meier Sr
WR 5 Quincy Morgan Sr
QB 3 Ell Roberson Fr
Defense
Pos.#NameClass
DE 44 Monty Beisel Sr
CB 23 Jerametrius Butler Jr
DB 35 Dyshod Carter Sr
SS 40 Jarrod Cooper Sr
LB 52 Ben Leber Jr
FS 38 Jon McGraw So
CB 4 Terence Newman So
LB 56 Terry Pierce So
Special teams
Pos.#NameClass
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

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

Rankings

Ranking movements
Legend:██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. т = Tied with team above or below. ( ) = First place votes.
Week
PollPre123456789101112131415Final 
AP 88774 (1)5 (1)4 (1)2 (3)10101916988119 
Coaches Poll 997755 (1)4 (1)3 (3)88151197798 
BCS Not released10NR1110999Not released

Game summaries

Oklahoma

#8 Oklahoma Sooners at #2 Kansas State Wildcats
1234Total
#8 Oklahoma17147341
#2 Kansas State7731431

Texas A&M

1234Total
Kansas State0010010
Texas A&M1270726

Iowa State

Game Nine: Iowa State Cyclones @ Kansas State Wildcats – Game summary [16]
1234Total
Cyclones300710
Wildcats211414756

at KSU StadiumManhattan, Kansas

  • Date: November 4
  • Game time: 11:38 a.m. CST kickoff
  • Game weather: Temperature: 59 Wind: S 5-15 Weather: Mostly sunny
  • Game attendance: 50,114
  • Referee: Referee: Jon Bible; Umpire: Bob Holliday; Linesman: David Alexander; Line judge: Gary Brown; Back judge: Ron Murphy; Field judge: Greg Burks; Side judge: Butch Clark
  • TV announcers (FSN): Drew Goodman (Play-by-play), Dave Lapham (Color) & Jim Knox (Sideline)
Game information
Scoring Summary:
First Quarter
  • 09:48 KSU – Scobey, Josh 2 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 7 plays, 67 yards, TOP 3:03 ISU 0 – KSU 7
  • 05:10 ISU – Gomez, Carl 30 yd field goal 11 plays, 67 yards, TOP 4:38 ISU 3 – KSU 7
  • 04:18 KSU – Scobey, Josh 1 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 4 plays, 64 yards, TOP 0:52 ISU 3 – KSU 14
  • 01:21 KSU – Scobey, Josh 4 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 4 plays, 50 yards, TOP 0:46 ISU 3 – KSU 21
Second Quarter
  • 11:27 KSU – Claybon, Chris 8 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 11 plays, 52 yards, TOP 4:22 ISU 3 – KSU 28
  • 00:22 KSU – Morgan, Quincy 29 yd pass from Beasley, J. (Rheem, Jamie kick) 4 plays, 43 yards, TOP 0:44 ISU 3 – KSU 35
Third Quarter
  • 09:45 KSU – Beasley, J. 1 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 6 plays, 45 yards, TOP 2:38 ISU 3 – KSU 42
  • 07:10 KSU – Scobey, Josh 11 yd run (Rheem, Jamie kick) 5 plays, 65 yards, TOP 1:27 ISU 3 – KSU 49
Fourth Quarter
  • 11:17 ISU – Rosenfels, Sage 1 yd run (Gomez, Carl kick) 7 plays, 58 yards, TOP 3:32 ISU 10 – KSU 49
  • 05:17 KSU – Clark, Brandon 23 yd pass from Roberson, Ell (Rheem, Jamie kick) 8 plays, 80 yards, TOP 2:19 ISU 10 – KSU 56 [17]

Nebraska

1234Total
Nebraska14001428
Kansas State7106629

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Oklahoma (Big 12 Championship Game)

#8 Kansas State Wildcats vs. #1 Oklahoma Sooners
1234Total
#8 Kansas State0107724
#1 Oklahoma3771027

Statistics

Score by quarter

1234Total
Kansas State13318810687514
Opponents72613770240

Team

KSUOpp
Scoring433144
  Points per Game39.518.5
First Downs276197
  Rushing14678
  Passing10695
  Penalty2424
Total Offense5,3303,517
  Avg per Play5.74.0
  Avg per Game410.0270.5
Fumbles-Lost26-1016-9
Penalties-Yards108-93199-720
  Avg per Game71.655.4
KSUOpp
Punts-Yards61-2,20294-3,402
  Avg per Punt36.136.2
Time of Possession/Game30:1829:42
3rd Down Conversions62/17559/201
4th Down Conversions11/2111/23
Touchdowns Scored6629
Field Goals-Attempts17-2012-13
PAT-Attempts59-6226-27
Attendance351,820230,332
  Games/Avg per Game7/50,2604/57,583

Offense

Rushing

NameGPAttGainLossNetAvgTDLongAvg/G
Josh Scobey 13169775577184.2163455.2
Rock Cartwright 124627912786.052423.2
David Allen 962259292303.712825.6
Total135952,8722972,5754.34255198.1
Opponents134731,7684921,2762.7206698.2

Passing

NameGP-GSEfficAtt-Cmp-IntYdsTDLngAvg/GPct.
Jonathan Beasley 13132.12313-156-102,6361774202.849.8
Ell Roberson 698.2423-10-211922319.843.5
Total13128.44338-166-132,7551974211.949.1
Opponents1394.90399-204-202,241874172.451.1

Receiving

NameGPNo.YdsAvgTDLongAvg/G
Quincy Morgan 13641,16618.2146989.7
Aaron Lockett 133658416.225044.9
Total131662,75516.61974211.9
Opponents132042,24111.874172.4

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