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How to (Not) Watch: Kansas Jayhawks Football vs West Virginia

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

NCAA Football: Central Michigan at Kansas Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

West Virginia invades Lawrence today to see how quickly they can get to 100 points on the Kansas defense.

Kansas is coming off a 42-30 loss at Ohio (not State) that wasn’t as close as that sounds. David Beaty is still in search of his second win over an FBS team.

Wow that last sentence just made me really sad.

And yes, I said that last week too.

Anyway, West Virginia is coming off 59-16 choose your own adventure score over Delaware... State?

Yes, Delaware State. Good job scheduling, WVU. Really get that conference RPI up. Oh wait, wrong sport.

Here are the essentials:

The Numbers

West Virginia: 2-1, 0-0

Kansas: 1-2, 0-0

Line: West Virginia -21.5

How to Watch

Sept 23, 11:00 a.m. CDT

Lawrence, KS: Memorial Stadium (50,071)

TV: ESPNU

- Mike Couzens (Play-by-Play), John Congemi (Analyst)

- Kansas City Metro: Spectrum 82, 370; Comcast 269, 869, 1301,; Consolidated 446, 652; Google Fiber 213

- State of Kansas: Cox 244

- Nationwide: AT&T U-Verse 605; DirecTV 208; Dish Network 141

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

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

- Sirius 108, XM 199

Online streaming: WatchESPN or ESPN3

How to NOT Watch

Don’t turn on ESPNU. Maybe check out a new show on Netflix. Go to a movie. Buy something on Craigslist. Mow the yard. Smoke a brisket. Invite me over. I’ll bring beer. (Kidding, for some reason I’m actually going to this game.)