Chris Klieman: Big 12 Championship is 'business as usual'


Kansas State Football's biggest game of the season is this weekend, as the Wildcats head to Arlington, Texas, to play in the Big 12 Championship game. Not only will a Big 12 title be on the line, but KSU will get a great opportunity to spoil TCU's perfect season, and potentially their spot in the College Football Playoff. While speaking to 610's The Drive on Wednesday afternoon, KSU Head Coach Chris Klieman spoke a bit about how the team's preparing in the week leading up to Saturday's big game.

"You are 100% correct. It's a normal week for us," he said. "We had lifting on Monday morning, we had meetings and practice. Same thing Tuesday, same thing Wednesday. We have a normal travel schedule on Friday, leaving with an early game. So it's business as usual. And that's what we've always talked to our guys about – whether we won a game or lost a game, it's what's next. Right now, what's next for us is the next big challenge, which is a a tremendous TCU team, but on a bigger stage – the Big 12 Championship Game, which is what these guys' goal has been all year long."

You can listen to Klieman's entire interview in the embedded player below:

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