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How to Watch Kansas Jayhawks Football at Iowa State (or not)

Everything you need to know to catch the KU football game on Saturday - or conversely, how to avoid it.

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Some of you have already joined the #FireZenger bandwagon, and as such, do not plan to take in this game - or any other KU football game - until the man who hired Charlie Weis cleans out his office in Lawrence, KS. And I can’t blame you.

In fact, I even support you.

But unfortunately, I will not be joining you. I honestly have no idea why.

Kansas heads up I-35 to take on Iowa State. The Jayhawks are coming off a 65-19 thrashing by Texas Tech in Lawrence, and have not won a road game in 8 years.

Iowa State, of course, just upset then-#3 Oklahoma 38-31 in Norman last week, and no doubt welcomes the chance to get some practice in against Kansas.

Here are the essentials:

The Numbers

Iowa State: 3-2, 1-1

Kansas: 1-4, 0-2

Line: Iowa State -23

How to Watch

Oct 14, 11:00 a.m. CDT

Ames, IA: Jack Trice Stadium (61,500)

TV: FSN

- Mark Followill (Play-by-Play), Brian Baldinger (Analyst), Lesley McCaslin (Reporter)

- Kansas City Metro: Spectrum 5, 30, 319, 323; Comcast 68, 261, 863, 925; Consolidated 54, 696; Google Fiber 206

- State of Kansas: Cox 76, 2076

- Nationwide: AT&T U-Verse 747, 1747; DirecTV 671-1; Dish Network 412-40, 450

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), David Lawrence (Analyst), Josh Klingler (Reporter)

- SiriusXM.com 964

Online streaming: www.foxsportsgo.com or the FoxSportsGo App

How to NOT Watch

I’m sure there are TONS of other things you could be doing. Go do one of those things!