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Kansas State vs Baylor: Game time, TV info, radio streaming, odds, and more

If you're not either in Waco or sitting in front of ESPN tomorrow night, you're a bad person.

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Sat, Dec 6, 2014
6:45 PM ET
(9) Kansas State (9-2, 7-1 Big 12) at (6) Baylor (10-1, 7-1 Big 12)

Time is ticking down until what may be one of the five most important football games ever played by the Kansas State Wildcats. Saturday night, the Wildcats trek to Waco to try and avenge a loss in what, by its impact, definitely was one of the top five. Gamdeay will be there. It's a spotlight, it's a showcase, and there are playoff implications fro the winner. Moreso if it's the bad guys, but still.

Obviously, you want to be watching.

The game: Kansas State (9-2, 7-1, 9/9/9) visits the Baylor Bears (10-1, 7-1, 6/5/5). K-State leads the series 7-4, including one win during the pre-Big 12 era. It's 5-3 under Bill Snyder, as Ron Prince split a pair with the Bears, and the series is even at 3-3 in Waco. Unfortunately, those three wins were all in the past; the three losses have been on the last three trips. It's K-State's longest losing streak at a Big 12 stadium.

Odds: Baylor is an 8-point favorite.

Kickoff: Saturday, December 6 at 6:45pm CT, McLane Stadium (45,140) in Waco, Texas.

Tickets: Good luck, buddy. This game is completely sold out, and the cheapest secondary market seats are $79 pops on the lawn at the open end zone. The cheapest actual seats are on the corners next to the lawn at $125. You want to sit anywhere else, it's going to cost you over $150 a head, and that's the minumum. There are some upper-deck seats on the K-State side... at $235.

Television: National broadcast on ESPN with Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge, and Bring on the Cats' favorite sideline reporter, Holly Rowe.

Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Wyatt Thompson, Stan Weber, and Matt Walters. In Central Texas or on Sirius/XM 84, you can catch Baylor's broadcast with John Morris, J.J. Joe, and Ricky Thompson. Additionally, there's a nationwide radio feed on Sports USA with Mark Followill and Gary Barnett.

Online: WatchESPN; free audio streaming via K-State Gameday begins at 6:00pm, with Bruce Haertl. Live stats via Gametracker.

Pregame activities: If you're in Waco, you're going to want to check out the shiny new stadium. Also, the K-State Alumni Association is hosting a free event at 2:45pm CT at the Salty Dog in Waco.

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 travel and attend the game, attend the game, but if not, be sure to come join us and enjoy the game, good eats, drinks, and the company of your fellow Wildcat faithful.