Texas A&M Game to Air on FCS at 6 p.m.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State and Fox Sports Net officials announced Tuesday that the October 17 Big 12 Conference football matchup with Texas A&M will be broadcast live to a national audience at 6 p.m. on Fox College Sports.

Also, as part of a Wildcat Weekend in Manhattan, the October 17 volleyball match between K-State and rival Kansas at Ahearn Field House is tentatively set for 1 p.m.

The football matchup will be the fourth television appearance for the Wildcats this season and the fifth out of the first seven games made available to fans, including the ESPN360.com broadcast of the Louisiana game.

The UCLA game aired nationally on Fox Sports Net, while K-State's thrilling conference win over Iowa State also aired on Fox College Sports and Cox Kansas 22. This weekend's game at Texas Tech will be shown across the Big 12 region on Fox Sports Kansas City, Midwest and Southwest.

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 October 17 game against the Aggies can be found on DirecTV Channel 617 and also as a part of Dish Network's Multi-Sport package. Visit foxcollegesports.com to see if your local cable provider carries the network.

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.