Where to watch, how to follow Kentucky’s NCAA Tournament game vs. Kansas State
Where to watch and how to follow Sunday’s men’s basketball NCAA Tournament round-of-32 contest between the East Region No. 6 seed Kentucky Wildcats (22-11) and the No. 3 seed Kansas State Wildcats (24-9).
Game time is around 2:40 p.m. (EDT) at Greensboro Coliseum (capacity 22,000) in Greensboro, N.C.
Announcers: Play-by-play, Ian Eagle; analysis, Jim Spanarkel; sideline, Evan Washburn
Where to find CBS:
Over the air: Channel 27 (in Lexington)
Spectrum cable: Channel 9 (in Lexington)
DISH Network: Channel 27 (in Lexington)
DirecTV: Channel 27 (in Lexington)
U-verse: Channel 27 (in Lexington)
Over the air: WLAP-AM 630, WBUL-FM 98.1
Statewide list of UK radio network affiliates: Click here
UK Sports Network broadcast team: Play-by-play, Tom Leach; analysis, Jack Givens
Satellite radio: National stream: XM Channel 202; Sirius Channel 134; Internet Channel 965
Live blog: Join the conversation during the game with Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay at Kentucky.com.
Live video: After signing in with your TV provider, you can live stream the game online at NCAA March Madness Live.
Twitter: @johnclayiv; @markcstory; @BenRobertsHL; @cdrummond97; @kentuckysports; @heraldleader
Facebook: Photos and links on Kentucky.com and KentuckySports.com pages
The Kentucky roster: Click here
The Kansas State roster: Click here
How Kentucky and Kansas State match up: Click here
Kentucky vs. Kansas State one-minute game preview: Click here
Kentucky vs. Kansas State series history: Click here
The odds: Click here
For comprehensive postgame coverage: Kentucky.com
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