Time, TV channel, watch online for Week 10 game

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Kansas State and Texas Tech will meet in a Big 12 morning showdown on Saturday, November 4, 2017.

Find game time, TV channel and how to watch online information below:

Kansas State-Texas Tech game time, details

Kansas State-Texas Tech will kickoff at 11 a.m. CT from Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas. Forecasts call for a high
of 87 degrees. Texas Tech is a 3-point favorite entering the game.

Which TV channel is Kansas State-Texas Tech on?

Kansas State-Texas Tech can be seen on FOX Sports 1. To find FS1 in your area,
click here.

How can I watch Kansas State-Texas Tech online?

Kansas State-Texas Tech can be streamed online at
FOX Sports GO or at

How can I listen to Kansas State-Texas Tech on the radio?

The game will air on the
Kansas State Sports Network.

Kansas State-Texas Tech keys to the game

Kansa State and Texas Tech met in the first Big 12 game ever played in on Aug. 31, 1996. 21 years later, Kansas State is looking
to even the all-time series between the two teams at 9-apiece. Here’s all that you need to know for the matchup in West Texas
as both teams seek their fifth wins of 2017.

Wildcats back to winning ways:

Kansas State snapped a three-game losing streak one week ago, defeating Kansas 30-20 in Lawrence, Kan. At 4-4, Bill Snyder’s
Wildcats are now looking to get back over the .500 mark for the first time in nearly a month and string together consecutive
wins for the first time since the opening two weeks of the season.

With Kansas State winning the past five meetings between the Wildcats and Red Raiders, Bill Snyder’s squad could inch a step closer
to becoming bowl eligible in 2017. Kansas State has dropped at least 40 points in its last three visits to Lubbock — win or
lose — and with Texas Tech’s continuous struggles on defense, the Wildcats could make it a fourth consecutive 40-point outing
in Lubbock on Saturday.

Of course, Kansas State’s offense has had its ups and downs in Big 12 play. Quarterback Jesse Ertz has been sidelined due
to injury, nor has Kansas State been able to reach the 40-point mark in any conference game this season. But a 35-point outing
against No. 5 Oklahoma two weeks ago proved that Kansas State can play with the best in the business, despite losing that
game by a touchdown.

D.J. Reed could use another big day

It’s safe to say that Reed has found his groove after the game at Kansas. The junior defensive back recorded both an interception
and a 99-yard kickoff-return touchdown in the 30-20 win over the Jayhawks — marking one of his best performances of 2017.

With Texas Tech’s offense capable of posting big numbers any day with quarterback Nic Shimonek at the helm, Reed’s instincts
give him the best chance of any Wildcat at stopping the Red Raiders’ air attack. Though Reed only has two interceptions under
his belt, he does have 33 tackles and five passes broken up in the past four games. Reed also recorded a pick-six against
the Red Raiders one season ago. If Reed and company aren’t on point early, it could be hard to the stop the Tech offense once
it gets rolling in front of a home crowd.

There’s nothing to lose for the K-State offense

It may not be exactly a hot take, but with bowl season still uncertain and one of the lesser defenses in college football
on tap Saturday, the Wildcats cannot be afraid to run risks on offense.

Quarterback Alex Delton will need to do all he can to replicate his 142-yard, 3-touchdown rushing performance against Oklahoma
on Oct. 21. He also can’t be afraid to risk throwing the deep ball to wide receiver Byron Pringle — at least not when Texas
Tech defense enters the game having allowed 30-plus points in three straight games. Delton has only thrown one touchdown pass
in his three complete games this season.

If the unit can’t get going, Kansas State will have to win two of its final three games to qualify for a bowl game. That won’t
be easy, with the slate consisting of matchups against No. 15 Iowa State and No. 11 Oklahoma State.


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