What’s next for the Kansas State Wildcats

The Kansas State football program has been on a tear of late, winning nine straight games to capture the Pac-12 South Division title and earning the No. 1 seed in the postseason.

The Wildcats’ win streak was snapped with a 31-0 defeat at Arizona on Saturday, but Kansas State still has three games remaining against teams in the College Football Playoff rankings.

The Buffaloes are now a perfect 12-0 in their last 14 games at home, including wins over TCU, West Virginia, Nebraska and Kansas.

That streak has produced four conference wins in a row and the Wildcats have a perfect 10-0 overall record at home.

In the Pac 12, the Wildcats hold a 1-0 record against Pac-10 opponents, with Kansas State holding a 2-0 mark in conference games.

The Wildcats won their fifth straight game and fourth in as many nights to earn the No-.

8 seed in their own conference.

They’ll now meet at Arizona State on Oct. 28 for the Pac 13 North Division title.