K-State vs. Iowa State to kick at 2:35 p.m.

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State officials announced Monday that the Wildcats’ Homecoming game vs. Iowa State at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 28, will start at 2:35 p.m. (CDT).

There will be no live television for the game, marking the fifth straight week that the Wildcats have not been selected by Big 12 Conference’s television partners for either over-the-air or cable television coverage.

K-State’s last non-pay-per-view television appearance occurred on Sept. 23, when the Wildcats hosted then-No. 8 Louisville.

The game will air live on radio over the 31-station K-State Sports Network with Wyatt Thompson calling the action and former K-State quarterback Stan Weber providing the analysis.

Kansas State will be out to snap a two-game slide vs. Iowa State when the Wildcats and Cyclones meet in Manhattan on Oct. 28. ISU snapped K-State’s 10-game stranglehold on the series in 2004 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium then knocked off the Wildcats last season in Ames.