|Sat, Nov 22, 2014|
|3:00 PM CT
||Kansas (3-8, 1-7)||at||Kansas State (8-2, 6-1)|
The most divisive game on the schedule approaches. For some, this is the most important game of the season; nothing less than utter victory and humilation for the opponent will suffice. For others it's beneath notice, because whatever, utter victory and humiliation for the opponent are a fait accompli. Can't we all just get along?
The game: Kansas State (8-2, 6-1, 12/11/11) hosts the Kansas Jayhawks (3-8, 1-7). Kansas still leads the overall series 64-42-5, but the Cats have won five straight and 18 of the last 23. The Governor's cup will be contested; since the trophy was first awarded in 1969, the Wildcats lead the series 25-19-1. It is Senior Day for the Wildcats, and at halftime the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Vanier Football Complex will take place; it is the season finale for the Jayhawks.
Odds: K-State is a 27-point favorite. Because of course they are.
Kickoff: Saturday, November 28 at 3:00pm CT, Bill Snyder Family Stadium (52,830) in Manhattan, Kansas.
Tickets: All seats are sold out, though limited standing-room-only tickets remain on the northeast hill for $70. You're not going to save much on the secondary market, as there aren't very many tickets floating around and those that are are mostly higher than the SRO price.
Television: Fox Sports 1, with Dick Stockton and Brady Quinn joined by Kristina Pink on the sidelines.
Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Wyatt Thompson, Stan Weber, and Matt Walters; also available on Sirius 119/XM 201. If for some reason you're forced into it, you can catch the game on the Jayhawk Radio Network with Bob Davis, David Lawrence, and Steven Davis.
Other options: Bring on the Cats hosts Kansas City-area watch parties in partnership with The Granfalloon, located at 608 Ward Parkway in the Country Club Plaza. If you can attend the game, attend the game, but if not, come join us and enjoy the game, good eats, drinks, and the company of your fellow Wildcat faithful. Get there early and make sure to outnumber any KU fans who might wander in.