K-State alters television schedule

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State announced today a revised schedule of men’s basketball games that will be televised by FSN Midwest.


The Kennesaw State game on Sunday, December 17, has been added to the slate in place of Wednesday’s game at Rutgers, which K-State officials were informed this week will be available only online at ESPN360.  ESPN, the contractual rights-holder of Big East Conference events, exercised its selection rights to the Rutgers game and elected to webcast it exclusively on ESPN360. 


To accommodate the Kennesaw State telecast on FSN Midwest, the time of the game will move to 2:30 p.m.  The Wildcat women’s game later that day against Weber State, originally scheduled for 5 p.m., will begin at 6:30 p.m.


ESPN360 is a multi-feature broadband service free to fans that receive high-speed broadband service through an ESPN-affiliated provider.  ESPN360 is currently available to more than six million homes but is not offered through all internet providers.  To view a list of participating internet providers, logon to www.espn360.com.  ESPN is making the service available for those whose online connections are through either the K-State or Rutgers campus networks.