K-State, Iowa State to Kick off at 11:00 a.m.
MANHATTAN, Kan. -
The Kansas State Department of Athletics received word late Tuesday from Fox Sports Net and the Big 12 Conference that the network has selected to telecast K-State's game against Iowa State on Nov. 20 to a split-national audience.
As a result, a portion of the nation will receive the Wildcats and Cyclones matchup with another segment getting the Oklahoma at Baylor game.
The Big 12 indicated that coverage maps for the two games would not be produced and distributed until early next week.
The game, Kansas State's sixth television broadcast of the season and the Wildcats' fourth on Fox Sports Net, will kick off at 11 a.m.
Fox Sports Net's broadcast window for Nov. 20 is the only one available to the Big 12 that day as ABC and TBS are not scheduled to televise games.
Nov. 20, 2004
FSN Split-National Cable (11 a.m., CST)
Iowa State at Kansas State AND
Oklahoma at Baylor
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