Kent State Game to Air on Fox College Sports

Collin Klein

Aug. 11, 2011

MANHATTAN, Kan. – FOX Sports and K-State Athletics announced today that the Wildcats’ September 17 football matchup with Kent State will be televised nationally by Fox College Sports.

The contest will kick at 6:10 p.m. from Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

K-State alum Steve Physioc will handle play-by-play duties for the network, while Yogi Roth (analyst) and Desmond Purnell (sideline) complete the broadcast team. Fox College Sports (FCS) is one of three nationally distributed college sports networks (FCS Pacific, FCS Central, and FCS Atlantic) delivering premium collegiate programming from across the country.

The Kent State game is University Family and Band Day at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and across the K-State campus as families, prospective students and band members from all across the region will be in attendance.

Kansas State, the Big 12 Conference and its television partners are still working to determine what digital or telecast distribution opportunities are available for the season opener against Eastern Kentucky. Further details will be released as early as next week.

Both season and individual game tickets, as well as four-packs and group rates, remain on sale for the seven-game home schedule, including the K-State Family Reunion vs. Eastern Kentucky, and fans can visit the home of the K-State Athletics Ticket Office at for more information.