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The Cats hit the road for a game in which they're suddenly not big underdogs.

Jonathan Holmes will lead the Longhorns in their attempt to retake the Frank Erwin Center.
Jonathan Holmes will lead the Longhorns in their attempt to retake the Frank Erwin Center.
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The Wildcats embark on a dangerous road trip, but for once the reward probably outweighs the risk.

The game: Kansas State (14-4, 4-1, 22/ARV) visits Texas (14-4, 3-2, ARV/ARV). K-State leads the series 16-10. The Cats took all five meetings prior to the formation of the Big 12, then went 4-7 against the Longhorns in the Dark Years before rebounding to go 7-3 in the last ten meetings. The series is deadlocked at six wins apiece in Austin; the Wildcats swept Texas last year, including a win in the Big 12 Tournament, and Bruce Weber is 3-1 all-time against the Horns. Interesting fact: Thomas Gipson's dad played for Texas for a year before transferring to Sam Houston State.

Odds: Texas is a 4-point favorite.

Tipoff: 6pm CT at Frank Erwin Center (16,755) in Austin, Texas.

Tickets: $7-$50 through the Texas box office.

Television: ESPN2, with Dave Flemming on play-by-play and Miles Simon on color.

Radio: K-State Sports Network (also Sirius 134/XM 191), with Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber.

Online: Video streaming via ESPN3, Audio streaming via K-State All-Access, live stats via Gametracker.

For the first play day in awhile, there's no women's game; the ladies visit Waco tomorrow night to try and keep their streak alive.