K-State’s Game Against West Virginia Set for 2:30


From K-State

The Big 12 Conference and ABC/ESPN announced Monday that Kansas State’s November 16 home contest against West Virginia will kick at 2:30 p.m., and air on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. The TV designation will be made on Saturday.

It will mark the seventh time this year that the Wildcats will play on the ESPN family of networks. K-State will be looking to break a three-game Mountaineer winning streak as the Wildcats’ last win over WVU was a 24-23 win in the 2015 regular-season finale.

The game against WVU will serve as a celebration of College Football’s 150th Anniversary as the halftime entertainment will take a look back at the 124 seasons of K-State Football, including an opportunity to hear from Hall of Fame head coach Bill Snyder.


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