MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Big 12 Conference and its television partners announced Saturday evening that Kansas State’s November 25 regular-season finale against Iowa State will kick off at 2:30 p.m., and be televised nationally by ESPN2.
It is the third-straight week K-State will kick in the afternoon time slot on ESPN2. The Wildcats, who became bowl eligible with a 45-40 upset at No. 10 Oklahoma State earlier in the day, will be in search of their 10th-straight victory over Iowa State and sixth-straight in Manhattan.
As K-State is in search of its 40th-straight sellout of Bill Snyder Family Stadium, tickets for the Senior Day contest begin at less than $40 per ticket when purchasing a Wildcat 4-Pack. Those tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
Additionally, fans can buy tickets for the K-State Wabash Landing, which includes admission to the game, access to the all-inclusive Wabash Landing, all-you-can-eat food buffet (starting two hours prior to kick until the start of the third quarter) and all-you-can-drink soda, beer and wine (starting two hours prior to kick until the start of the third quarter). Tickets are priced at $125 apiece and can be purchased by clicking here. Fans can also purchase tickets by calling 1- 800-221-CATS or visiting the main ticket office inside Bramlage Coliseum.
K-State is bowl eligible for an eighth-straight season, the 21st time in school history and the 19th time under head coach Bill Snyder. Fans can preorder bowl tickets by visiting the K-State Bowl Information page by clicking here.