Charlotte vS Kansas State LIVE: Start Time, TV Channel, Live Stream Info, Week-2 For Opener

With the college football madness on, Charlotte and Kansas State take on each other on Saturday. The ball kicks off at 12:00 PM EST in Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, Kansas.  You can watch the game live on FOX and can also watch it online on FuboTV.

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Saturday’s game will mark the first ever meeting between the two schools. Let’s hope they put up a show to remember.

How to watch Charlotte vs Kansas State:

Date and Time: September 9th, 2017 12:00 PM EST

Venue: Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, Kansas


Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

Charlotte Team News

Charlotte is coming off a season opener loss to  Eastern Michigan 24-7. The 49ers outrushed the Eagles, 166-126, but were defeated in passing 267-114. Also, the three turnovers and 11 penalties (112 yds)  were the main cause of the loss.

Quarterback Hasaan Klugh performed well in week one with 101 yards rushing and 114 passing yards. On the defensive side, starter Jeff Gemmell came out on the top with 14 tackles.

Saturday’s clash with  K-State will feature former Wildcat defensive back Brad Lambert going against them.

The 49ers return a great offensive side which includes three starting WR Ford II, Workpeh Kofa, and Trent Bostick. All of them are set to play the Wildcats on Saturday.

Kansas State Team News

K-State is coming off a 55-19 season-opening win over Central Arkansas. The 19th-ranked K-State have proved that they have a balanced team this season.

They have brought eight starters, all of whom picked up All-Big 12 accolades in 2016, which include Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year DJ Reed (DB) and Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year Reggie Walker(DE).

Senior Jesse Ertz has set a new single-game school record for passer rating (319.8) as he connected on 10-of-16 pass attempts for 333 yards and four touchdowns against Arkansas.

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