Montana State Game to Air on FCS

MANHATTAN, Kan. The Kansas State Athletics Department and Fox Sports Net announced Tuesday that the Wildcats’ football game on September 6 against Montana State will be broadcast live on Fox College Sports.

 

The game, which will be the Wildcats’ first on television in 2008, will kick at 6:05 p.m. and feature Dan McLaughlin and Richard Baldinger as the broadcast team.

 

Fox College Sports (FCS) is three nationally distributed college sports networks (FCS Pacific, FCS Central, and FCS Atlantic) stocked with premium collegiate programming from across the country. FCS features men’s and women’s competitions across a broad range of NCAA-sanctioned sports highlighted by perennial powers from the ACC, Big 12, Pac 10, SEC, as well as other top conferences.

 

The three networks combine to telecast more than 900 live NCAA events over the course of a year and are available to approximately 54 million digital homes across the country.

 

The most up-to-date telecast schedule is available by logging on to www.foxcollegesports.com. In the Manhattan area, the game can be seen on DirecTV channel 617, which is expected to be added to the network's lineup this fall. Check with your local cable provider for more details in other areas.

 

 

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