K-State Announces Webcasts for Final Games

K-State's final two regular season games will be available online.

Nov. 15, 2010

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State fans will have the opportunity to watch the Wildcats' final two regular season football games online as the Colorado game on Saturday will be webcast live on k-statesports.com as part of the K-State All-Access exclusive premium subscription service, while the November 27 season finale at North Texas will be broadcast live on ESPN3, athletics officials announced today.

As a result of the Colorado game not being selected as part of the Big 12 television package, both Kansas State and Colorado worked with conference officials and gained approval for the webcast on the basis that it be carried on both schools' premium internet platforms. Saturday's game will kick at 1:10 p.m. CT from Folsom Field.

"We are excited to provide our fans the opportunity to watch a conference football game on our official athletics website," said Athletics Director John Currie. "It is a goal of ours to have all Big 12 games produced and distributed as we move forward as a league, and we appreciate the cooperation of the conference office and the University of Colorado in allowing us to stream this matchup to all of our fans."

The live webcast, which will include the audio play-by-play description of Wyatt Thompson and Stan Weber from the K-State Sports Network, will be available free to current monthly or annual subscribers to K-State All-Access. Fans who are not subscribers to the service can view the game, and all other exclusive video content available, by registering for either a monthly ($9.95) or annual ($79.95) subscription.

To sign up, go to www.k-statesports.com/allaccess and create a login account. For questions or technical issues, fans are encouraged to visit cbssportscs.custhelp.com.

Current subscribers can log in to their K-State All-Access account and begin watching the game.

K-State All-Access is the official on-demand video service of K-State Athletics and includes webcasts of selected live games, game replays, weekly press conferences, exclusive video features and extensive video highlights of all things K-State.

Fans can access ESPN3 by visiting www.espn3.com to watch the regular season finale at North Texas, which kicks at 3 p.m. CT from Fouts Field, as the Sun Belt Conference announced today that the game was picked up by the network.

ESPN3 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.

Check your local high speed internet provider to see if it carries ESPN3 or visit www.espn3.com for a list of participating providers. ESPN3 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.

Fans also have the option of listening to just the free live audio broadcast, a feature added to k-statesports.com this past summer, for all K-State games, including the Colorado and North Texas football matchups.