K-State at Louisiana to Air on ESPN360

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State fans nationwide will have the opportunity to watch each of the Wildcats’ first two road football games in 2009 as the September 12 matchup at Louisiana will be broadcast live on ESPN360.com, network officials announced Friday.


The contest will kick off from Cajun Field at 6 p.m. CT.


ESPN360.com is a broadband network for live sports programming that harnesses the quality ESPN has built through its TV networks and delivers online sports programming to fans through a rich, interactive, and easy-to-use experience.

ESPN360.com broadcasts thousands of live games and events online each year. A majority of the events are exclusive to ESPN360.com, while others are broadband-enhanced versions of games from one of ESPN's TV networks.


The service is available nationwide, but you must subscribe to a participating high speed internet service provider. Check espn.com for a list of participating providers, to find out more on how to request access to ESPN360.com or how to switch your service to a participating high speed internet service provider.


ESPN360.com is available free to fans accessing the site from a college campus network in the United States or from a military base in the United States.

K-State opens the season at home on September 5 as head coach Bill Snyder makes his return to the Wildcat sidelines against UMass.

Both season and single-game tickets for the 2009 football season remain available to the general public, including individual tickets for as low as $20 for the UMass game. The most convenient way to order is online at www.k-statesports.com. Tickets may also be purchased in person at the K-State Athletic Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum or by calling, 1-800-221-CATS.



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