Kansas State vs. South Dakota

Kansas State junior wide receiver Isaiah Zuber (7) runs a punt back for a touchdown to spark a second-half rally during last season's opener against South Dakota at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Zuber announced Friday that he would transfer to Mississippi State, which K-State plays Sept. 14 in Starkville, Mississippi.

Isaiah Zuber is no longer a member of Kansas State's football team. But the Wildcats won't have to wait long to get themselves reacquainted with him.

Zuber, who led K-State in nearly every major receiving category last season, announced Friday he would transfer to Mississippi State. The Bulldogs host the Wildcats in the first road of the Chris Klieman on Sept. 14 in Starkville, Mississippi.

Zuber revealed Friday's news on his personal Twitter account.

"I appreciate everything KState [sic] has done for me and the opportunity they gave me," Zuber wrote. "Thank you to all the fans, my teammates and coaches that believed in me! For my last year in collegiate football I'm coming back south to play at Mississippi State! Thanks for the love!"

Zuber was the Wildcats’ lead receiver last fall, ranking first on the team in receptions (52), receiving yards (619), touchdown receptions (five) and yards per game (51.6). Zuber sat out the entirety of spring practice after having hip surgery in the offseason.

This story will be updated.

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