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How to Watch Texas Tech at Kansas State WBB: game time, radio, streaming, trivia

Okay, the Cats CAN’T lose THIS one, right?

Zuri Sanders and the Red Raiders invade Bramlage.
Zuri Sanders and the Red Raiders invade Bramlage.
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After the debacle against Iowa State, the Wildcats will try to finally get back on the right foot against a team that’s quietly going glub-glub-glub.

The game

Kansas State (12-11, 4-8 Big 12) hosts the Texas Tech Red Raiders (7-15, 1-10 Big 12). K-State leads the all-time series 19-13, a pretty impressive mark against a team that’s won national championships. The edge at home is 8-5.

Tech may be a former national title winner, but they’re riding the struggle bus this season. After a little over four years in Lubbock, Candi Whitaker was fired on New Year’s Day with Tech sitting at 6-7 heading into conference play. Her interim replacement, Shimmy Gray-Miller, is not staking a strong claim to the permanent gig, as the Red Raiders are only 1-8 since the change.


Wednesday, February 7 at 7pm CT, Bramlage Coliseum (15,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.


$8, $12 chairbacks. Get four tickets and four $10 concession vouchers for $38.


Cox Channel Kansas with Brian Smoller and Missy Heidrick.


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


Video streaming via Audio streaming via K-State Sports. Live stats via Sidearm.