Kansas hits the road for the second consecutive game to take on the Red Raiders of Texas Tech in Lubbock.
Here are the essentials:
Kansas: 1-2, 0-0
Texas Tech: 2-1, 0-0
Line: Texas Tech -28.5
How to Watch
Thursday, Sept 29, 2016, 7:30 PM CDT
Lubbock, TX: Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454)
TV: Fox Sports 1
Justin Kutcher (Play-by-Play), Petros Papadakis (Analyst)
Kansas City metro:
Time Warner Ch 75, 400
Google Fiber Ch 208
Comcast Ch 223, 878
WOW! Ch 150, 227
AT&T U-Verse Ch 652, 1652
DirecTV Ch 219
Dish Network Ch 150
Online Streaming: FoxSportsGo.com or the Fox Sports Go app on mobile devices
Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network (Affiliate List)
Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), David Lawrence (Analyst), Josh Klingler (Reporter)
Online Radio Streaming (Free): www.KUAthletics.com/Radio
Satellite Radio: Sirius Ch 93, XM Ch 199
In case you hadn’t noticed, the Jayhawks have been streaking since 2009. That’s the last time they won away from Lawrence, a streak that dates 39 total games (includes three neutral site matchups).
If the Jayhawks are going to compete, they are going to have to limit Texas Tech’s possessions. That means run the ball and don’t turn it over, two things Kansas has struggled with mightily this season.
Last year’s result notwithstanding, if the Jayhawks can keep the final score within four touchdowns, unfortunately, that should be considered progress.