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

Something's got to give. Will it be K-State's dominance, or K-State's bad luck?

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Ah, memories.
Ah, memories.
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It's been a week since That Thing Happened. You've had plenty of time to gather yourself, splash water on your face, steel your nerves, and prepare for Texas. Here's all the vital information you require.

The game: Kansas State (3-3, 0-3 B12, --/--) vists the Texas Longhorns (2-5, 1-2 B12, --/--). K-State leads the all-time series 9-6. Texas won two of the three meetings prior to the formation of the Big 12; K-State's beaten the Longhorns in eight of the eleven meetings since, and six of the last seven.

Odds: Texas opened as a one-point favorite, but the line has ballooned to 6.5 points. The total is 47, indicating a 27-20 Longhorn victory.

Kickoff: Saturday, October 24 at 11:00am CT, Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119) in Austin TX.

Tickets: There are plenty of tickets available on the secondary market, ranging from $23-$269, and averaging about $45. We'll remind you, if you're going, that umbrellas are not allowed; take a poncho, because it's probably going to be wet.

The usual K-State Alumni Association pre-game party won't be happening due to the 11am kickoff. However, there is an unofficial morning get-together at Pete's Dueling Piano Bar at 421 E. 6th Street for those who aren't going to just go tailgate.

Television: Fox Sports 1 with Joe Davis, Brady Quinn, and Kris Budden.

Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Wyatt Thompson, Stan Weber, and Matt Walters; 810 AM in Kansas City, 1410 AM/1480 AM in Wichita, and of course 1350 AM/101.5 FM in Manhattan. In Texas, the game will air on the Longhorn IMG Radio Network -- including KTXX 104.9 FM in Austin, KRLD 1080 AM in Dallas, KFNC 97.5 FM in Houston, and WOAI 1200 AM in San Antonio -- with Craig Way, Roger Wallace, and Quan Cosby. The Texas feed will also be available on Sirius 118/XM 202.

Online: Video streaming on FOX Sports GO. Audio streaming with the K-State radio team available through Live stats via Gamecenter.