Feb. 21, 2013
MANHATTAN, Kan. - No. 13/13 Kansas State's men's basketball game at Texas on Saturday will be televised on the Longhorn Network and available only through providers distributing the network. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. CT.
The Longhorn Network is available in the state of Kansas to customers of COX Communications (Manhattan channel 272) as well as AT&T U-Verse (Manhattan channel 609). The network is available nationally on the following providers: Verizon FiOS TV, Grande Communications, Consolidated Communications, En-Touch Systems, E-Tex Communications, Bay City Cablevision, Mid-Coast Cablevision and Texas Mid-Gulf Cablevision. It is also available online to Verizon FiOS and Grande Communications subscribers at LonghornNetwork.com.
More information about the Longhorn Network as well as frequently asked questions can be found at http://espn.go.com/longhornnetwork/faq#2a.
The game will not be available on ESPN3/WatchESPN platforms or K-StateHD.TV.
Paul Sunderland (play-by-play), former NBA standout Bruce Bowen (analyst) and Kaylee Hartung (sideline reporter) will call the game for the Longhorn Network.
Fans unable to watch Saturday's game on their local cable provider can listen on the 36-station K-State Sports Network with Wyatt Thompson (play-by-play) and Stan Weber (analyst) calling the action. The broadcast is available online free of charge at http://www.kstatesports.com/allaccess/. The Texas home broadcast can also be heard on satellite radio on Sirius channel 113 and XM channel 193.
In addition, the game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN Radio with Marc Kestecher (play-by-play) and Will Perdue (analyst) on the call. A list of ESPN Radio links can be found at http://espn.go.com/espnradio/index. It can also be heard on satellite radio on Sirius channel 84.
K-State (21-5, 10-3 Big 12) is in a tie for first place in the Big 12 standings with No. 9/9 Kansas (22-4, 10-3 Big 12) with just five regular-season games remaining. The two schools are just one game ahead of third-place No. 14/14 Oklahoma State (19-6, 9-4 Big 12) and two ahead of fourth-place Iowa State (18-8, 8-5 Big 12) and Oklahoma (17-8, 8-5 Big 12). The Wildcats have already eclipsed the 21-win plateau for the seventh consecutive season, while they have at least 10 Big 12 victories for the sixth time in seven seasons.