Two teams heading in different directions, but both with decent chances to walk away with wins.
How do you follow up a win over your arch-rival? Travel to Waco and try to get that elusive relevant road win, that's how. As for the ladies, they'll be hosting a team which isn't any better than they are, so there's hope for a clean sweep today.
The game: Kansas State (17-7, 7-4, arv/arv) visits Baylor (15-9, 3-8). K-State leads the series 16-12, and the series is deadlocked 5-5 in Waco. The Cats pulled off the road win against Scott Drew's boys last year, and Bruce Weber's never lost to the Bears; he's also 6-1 all-time against Drew. Drew is 5-9 against the Wildcats.
Odds: The Wildcats are a four-point underdog, because road game I guess.
Tipoff: 6pm CT at Ferrell Center (10,284) in Waco, Texas.
Television: ESPNU, with Anish Shroff on play-by-play and Tim Welsh providing analysis.
Radio: K-State Sports Network (also Sirius 85/XM 85), with Wyatt Thompson and.
The women will be having that Play4Kay day and wearing pink uniforms, and there will be a celebration of the Big 12 Championship team from 2004, and you've read all this before because some clown made a total hash of the Texas game this week and nobody ever called him out on it.
The game: Texas Tech (6-18, 0-13). K-State leads the series 13-12, and is 5-4 in Manhattan. The entire series save for one K-State win have been under the Patterson regime.(9-14, 3-9) hosts
Tipoff: 2pm CT at Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.
Television: FCS Pacific, with Brian Smoller and Missy Heidrick, so you get an open thread.
Radio: K-State Sports Network, with(because Brian's on TV) and Kristin Waller (because Claire Coggins will be busy getting honored).