K-State gets another crack at Mississippi State after lopsided loss in 2018

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Nobody has to convince Mississippi State’s Joe Moorhead or Kansas State counterpart Chris Klieman that the teams they will be facing Saturday will be well coached and assignment-sound. They know each other’s paths to major college football quite well.
Just a few years ago, Moorhead was head coach at Fordham, a program in the Football Championship Subdivision. He also had a long stint at lower-level Georgetown and stops at Akron and UConn before he parlayed a job as the offensive coordinator at Penn State into the Mississippi State gig.
While Moorhead was taking Fordham to three straight FCS playoffs, Klieman was winning four national championships in five years as the head coach at North Dakota State.
In other words, don’t say anything disparaging about the division formerly known as I-AA.
“I don’t want to say ‘took a similar path,’” Moorhead said of Klieman, “but he really did a great job at the FCS level. He has the third-highest winning percentage among all active NCAA head coaches and has wo

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