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K-State vs Texas Tech: Game times, TV schedules, live radio streaming, odds and more

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Two games this week. Both are must wins. Luckily, both should be manageable.

Surprisingly, Jaye Crockett's outscoring everyone in the 'Cats starting lineup.
Surprisingly, Jaye Crockett's outscoring everyone in the 'Cats starting lineup.
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Time for the Wildcats to bear down and close the gap between four wins and the probably-required nine. They can deal with almost half of that this week.

The game: Kansas State (14-6, 4-3, ARV/ARV) hosts Texas Tech (10-10, 2-5). K-State leads the series 18-12, and have a commanding 11-3 lead at Bramlage. Bruce Weber has yet to lose to the Red Raiders, sweepting the regular season set last year and picking up a third win in the Big 12 Tournament. He's got a 6-3 record all-time against Tubby Smith, who will (surprisingly) be coaching against the Wildcats for the first time ever tonight.

Odds: The Wildcats are a nine-point favorite.

Tipoff: 7pm CT at Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.

Tickets: $25-$40.

Television: Big 12 Network, with Dave Armstrong on play-by-play and Rich Zvozec on color. Here's the clearances for the game; NOTE that the State of the Union address is wreaking havoc with this broadcast, and it may not be on your usual channel!

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Also note: the broadcast on MASN will be tape-delayed, so if you're stuck going the sports-pack route, pick Altitude.

Radio: K-State Sports Network (also Sirius 93/XM 191), with Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber.

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