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

Last time they were in town, the Longhorns couldn’t move the ball. Is the shoe on the other foot today?

We’d be cool with another shutout.
We’d be cool with another shutout.
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The game: The Wildcats (3-3, 1-2, nr/nr) host the Texas Longhorns (3-3, 1-2, nr/nr) in Manhattan; just as they were two years ago, Texas is the K-State Homecoming opponent. Last week, K-State got rolled 38-17 by Oklahoma in Norman; the Longhorns did what some other Big 12 teams haven’t been able to in silencing Iowa State, 27-6. As everyone is well aware, K-State has a 6-1 record against Texas in Manhattan during the Big 12 era, the only loss being by a field goal in 2002. Overall, the Cats are 8-4 against the Longhorns in conference play, the only current Big 12 team that can claim superiority over the Austinites.

Odds: The lines are all over the place. At one end, some houses have K-State as a 1.5 point underdog; at the other, some have the Cats as a two-point favorite. In the interest of sanity, we’ll call this one a pick’em. Regardless of favorite, the over/under sits right around 54, so prepare for a 27-27 tie.

Kickoff: Saturday, Oct. 22, at 11 a.m. CDT, Bill Snyder Family Stadium (capacity 50,000), Manhattan, Kansas.

Television: ESPN2, with Beth Mowins on play-by-play, Anthony Becht on color, and Rocky Boiman roaming the sidelines.

Radio: K-State Sports Network with Wyatt Thompson, Stan Weber, and Matt Walters.

Online: Live audio streaming and live stats are available at; video available at WatchESPN.