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K-State basketball double-header: How to watch

Wildcat men, women play simultaneously tonight; here’s how to catch the men vs. Iowa State and the women at West Virginia.

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Both K-State basketball teams take to the court tonight, with simultaneous Big 12 Conference games.

Men’s Basketball

The Game: The Kansas State Wildcats (16-9, 5-7 Big 12) welcome the Iowa State Cyclones (15-9, 7-5) to Manhattan for a rematch of their earlier matchup. On Jan. 24, the Cyclones won 70-65 in Ames.

Tipoff: The game starts at 6:10 p.m. CST in Bramlage Coliseum (capacity 12,528) in Manhattan, Kansas.

The Series: K-State leads the series, which dates back to 1909, 137-86, but Iowa State holds a 23-20 lead in the Big 12 era that has skewed strongly to the home team. Iowa State holds a three-game winning streak over K-State and is 7-3 against K-State coach Bruce Weber.

Latest Action: The Wildcats fell on the road at West Virginia on Saturday, 85-66, while Iowa State won a home game against Oklahoma, 80-64.

Odds: With the homecourt advantage, K-State is a 4.5-point favorite, according to online oddsmakers. The over/under for the game is 142, suggesting a final score in the area of 73-69, K-State.

Television: Dave O’Brien, Kara Lawson, and P.J. Carlesimo will call the game on ESPN2, with Holly Rowe as the sideline reporter. Streaming is available via WatchESPN.

Radio: Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber will call the game for the K-State Sports Network and Sirius 136/XM 199. The radio broadcast will be available for online streaming at

Women’s Basketball

The Game: The K-State Wildcats (18-7, 8-5 Big 12, 24/rv) hit the road for a game against the West Virginia Mountaineers (17-8, 5-8). The Wildcats already defeated the Mountaineers this season, 86-71, on New Year’s Day in Manhattan.

Tipoff: The game is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. in WVU Coliseum (capacity 14,000) in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Latest Action: K-State defeated the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday in Manhattan, 80-68, while West Virginia toppled Oklahoma State at home, 79-53.

Television: The game will be broadcast regionally on ROOT Sports Pittsburgh, with Robby Incmikoski (play-by-play) and Meg Bulger (analyst) on the call.

Radio: Brian Smoller and Randy Peterson will call the game for the K-State Sports Network, and will be carried on select stations. Live audio streaming should be available at