FOX Sports Kansas City will broadcast 10 Kansas State men's basketball games in 2010-11 season, the school and network announced Tuesday.
The contests give the Wildcats their most comprehensive television package in school history, with all 34 games being telecast.
The team will have 18 nationally televised games, including 17 on the ESPN family of networks.
The squad also will have five regular-season league games broadcast as a part of the Big 12 Network, which will be distributed to affiliates around the nation, as well as on ESPN Full Court and ESPN3.com.
The Big 12 Conference and WIBW-TV announced Monday night that Tuesday's Big 12 Conference basketball game between No. 6 Kansas State and Texas Tech will be televised exclusively by the network to viewers in the Manhattan and Topeka areas.
The game, which is part of the Big 12 Network and ESPN Full Court packages, will tip at 7:05 Tuesday night from United Spirit Arena.