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

It looks like a pretty good day for both the men and women to pick up wins, as long as the men can avoid the road bug.

Off we go, junior birdmen!
Off we go, junior birdmen!
Jamie Squire

Two teams heading in different directions, but both with decent chances to walk away with wins.

How do you follow up a win over your arch-rival? Travel to Waco and try to get that elusive relevant road win, that's how. As for the ladies, they'll be hosting a team which isn't any better than they are, so there's hope for a clean sweep today.

The game: Kansas State (17-7, 7-4, arv/arv) visits Baylor (15-9, 3-8). K-State leads the series 16-12, and the series is deadlocked 5-5 in Waco. The Cats pulled off the road win against Scott Drew's boys last year, and Bruce Weber's never lost to the Bears; he's also 6-1 all-time against Drew. Drew is 5-9 against the Wildcats.

Odds: The Wildcats are a four-point underdog, because road game I guess.

Tipoff: 6pm CT at Ferrell Center (10,284) in Waco, Texas.

Tickets: $15/22.

Television: ESPNU, with Anish Shroff on play-by-play and Tim Welsh providing analysis.

Radio: K-State Sports Network (also Sirius 85/XM 85), with Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber.

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

The women will be having that Play4Kay day and wearing pink uniforms, and there will be a celebration of the Big 12 Championship team from 2004, and you've read all this before because some clown made a total hash of the Texas game this week and nobody ever called him out on it.

The game: Kansas State (9-14, 3-9) hosts Texas Tech (6-18, 0-13). K-State leads the series 13-12, and is 5-4 in Manhattan. The entire series save for one K-State win have been under the Patterson regime.

Tipoff: 2pm CT at Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.

Television: FCS Pacific, with Brian Smoller and Missy Heidrick, so you get an open thread.

Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Matt Walters (because Brian's on TV) and Kristin Waller (because Claire Coggins will be busy getting honored).

Online: No video streaming at all. Audio streaming via K-State All-Access, live stats via Gametracker.