There’s nothing like a K-State game day at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
The roar of fans cheering in the stands. The smell of food cooking on grills at the tailgates in the parking lot. The band playing the K-State Fight Song and thousands of people singing along. The feeling you get when you look across the stadium at the sea of purple surrounding you.
Game day always makes us proud to be K-Staters. Here are some of our favorite traditions that pump us up for the big game and spread purple pride.
Singing the Alma Mater
Hearing the Alma Mater makes us nostalgic and warms our heart, reminding us of that spot we love full well. Hit play on the video, and sing along...
Tailgating before the game
The parking lot outside Bill Snyder Family Stadium is definitely the place to be before the big game. Fans show up dressed in their favorite purple shirts and fire up their grills, enjoying time with family and friends, and of course, sampling all the delicious food.
You may already have your favorite tailgate recipes, but if you’re looking for something new to spice up your game day gathering, we’ve got you covered.