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At least we can be relatively sure the power won’t go out in the middle of the game.

Peyton Williams unloaded on Saturday. Can she do the same tonight?
Peyton Williams unloaded on Saturday. Can she do the same tonight?
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It’s a short turnaround for the Wildcat Women, but in fairness they probably don’t need much of a breather for this one.

The game

Kansas State (7-2, 0-0 Big 12) hosts the Chicago State Cougars (0-12, 0-0 WAC). As you can tell by the record, tonight should not be much of a challenge.

This is the second meeting between the schools, both of which have taken place in the last two seasons and were won by K-State. Last year, the Cats destroyed the Cougars by 50 points in Manhattan; in 2015, K-State won 63-54 in Chicago in a game which had to be moved from the Jones Convocation Center to Dickens Center midway through the third quarter due to a power outage.

Angela Jackson is the head coach at Chicago State, and despite a career record of 131-295 has managed to stick around for 15 seasons. She also spent one year in charge at D-II Saginaw Valley State, posting a 6-19 mark.

Tipoff

Monday, December 18 at 7pm CT, Bramlage Coliseum (15,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.

Tickets

$8, $12 chairbacks.

Television

None.

Radio

K-State Sports Network, with Matt Walters and Kristin Waller.

Online

Video streaming via ESPN3 with Brian Smoller and Missy Heidrick. Audio streaming via K-State Sports. Live stats via Sidearm.