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Texas at Kansas State: game time, tv, radio, streaming, odds, and more

If the Cats are going to make some noise, it has to start right here, right now.

If only.
If only.
Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports
Mon, Feb 22, 2016
Bramlage Coliseum (12,528)
Manhattan KS
6:01 PM CT
(24/25) Texas
(17-10, 8-6 Big 12)
at Kansas State
(15-12, 4-10 Big 12)

There's really no avoiding it. K-State has four games remaining in the regular season, and this is probably the second-best chance to grab a win. It's a critical moment, and although any NCAA hopes are probably dead in the water regardless (barring a deep Big 12 tourney run), the NIT isn't a lock. The Wildcats have done a fairly decent job defending their home court this season, losing there only to ranked teams. But another ranked scalp would come in handy tonight.

The game: Kansas State hosts the Texas Longhorns, seeking revenge for three straight losses. The Wildcats lead the series 17-14, but Texas has grabbed a 14-11 lead in the Big 12 era. In Manhattan, the Wildcats lead 9-4. Bruce Weber is 4-5 against our fractious servants, while tonight we'll welcome Shaka Smart to Bramlage for the first time following the Wildcats' 60-57 loss last month in Austin.

Odds: Even steven, with an over/under of 132. First team to 66 wins?

Tickets: Tickets are available for $15, $35 for chairbacks.

Television: ESPNU at 6:00 CT with Mark Neely and Sean Harrington.

Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber. Also available on satellite on Sirius 83/XM 199.

Online: Video streaming via WatchESPN. Audio streaming and live stats at Gamecenter.