Texas Game to Air Nationally on ABC

Collin Klein and the rest of the senior class will face Texas Saturday night.

Nov. 25, 2012

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State will play for the 2012 Big 12 title in front of a national ABC television audience as the league office announced today that Saturday’s regular season finale against Texas will be broadcast by the network at 7 p.m.

With a win at sold-out Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday, K-State will clinch the league’s automatic BCS bowl berth and also at least a share of the conference championship.

Saturday’s game will also serve as Fan Appreciation Day as all fans will have the opportunity throughout the game to win prizes from K-State Athletics, Verizon, Manhattan Town Center, the Eye Doctors, Pepsi, Briggs Auto, Clarion Hotel and Sonic.

A special concessions package that includes a hot dog and soft drink, water or hot chocolate will be available at all concession stands for just $5.

Free K-State window decals will also be given away with each purchase at Cats Closet, and select t-shirt styles originally priced from $17.99-$19.99 will be on sale for only $9.99.

Fans will also receive a special discounted ticket price for the men's basketball game against Texas Southern on December 18. All fans with a scanned football ticket will be sent a promotional code to their e-mail address on file for $10 general admission tickets, a savings of $10 off the regular price.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early as the 2012 senior class is recognized prior to the 7 p.m. kickoff. Tickets for the game are sold-out, but fans are encouraged to visit kstatesports.com/bowlgame for information on bowl game ticket preorders.