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A visit from our agrarian brethren leads off a doubleheader.

Wesley Iwundu surely has fond memories of a 70-69 win last season.
Wesley Iwundu surely has fond memories of a 70-69 win last season.
Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports
Sat, Jan 16, 2016
Bramlage Coliseum (12,528)
Manhattan KS
3:00 PM CT
(17/18) Iowa State
(12-4, 1-3 Big 12)
at Kansas State
(11-5, 1-3 Big 12)

A month ago, if someone told you that Iowa State would be visiting Bramlage tied with K-State in the Big 12 standings, you'd probably have assumed the Wildcats would be getting off to a pretty good start on their conference slate. Unfortunately for the Cyclones, that's not the reason. Losses at Texas and Oklahoma, and at Hilton to Baylor, leave the Clones right where K-State is: needing a win badly, especially with two of their next three against the Sooners and Jayhawks, albeit with both at home.

The game: Kansas State hosts the Iowa State Cyclones. The Wildcats have a 137-83 edge in the series, although the series is dead even in Big 12 play at 20-20. In Manhattan, the Wildcats lead 80-25. Bruce Weber is 3-4 against the toothy bird tornadoes, while this will mark Steve Prohm's first game against the Wildcats as a head coach.

Today's game is the first part of a doubleheader at Bramlage, with the women (11-6, 1-4 Big 12) taking on TCU (11-5, 3-2 Big 12) at 6pm. That game airs only on Cox 22 in Kansas and on KStateHD.tv, so we're just mentioning it here.

Odds: Iowa State is a slim one-point favorite on an over/under of 152.5, so the money's on a 77-76 Cyclone win.

Tickets: Tickets are available for #25, $50 for chairbacks.

Television: ESPNU at 3:00 CT with Jason Benetti and Reid Gettys.

Radio: K-State Sports Network, with Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber. Also available on satellite on Sirius 136/XM 199.

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