Similarly, ESPN’s FPI gives Texas a 67.4 percent chance to win.
The Horns are currently 3-0 against K-State under Tom Herman, though both efforts have been decided by a single score — 19-14 last season, and 40-34 in double-overtime in 2017.
The Wildcats will enter Austin at 6-2 overall and riding the momentum of a three-game winning streak, which includes wins over TCU and the Oklahoma Sooners; the two teams that have topped Texas in conference play. Most recently, K-State cruised past Kansas on the road, 38-10.
Kickoff between the Longhorns and Wildcats is set for Saturday, Nov. 10 at 2:30 p.m. CT on ESPN.