Is the Kansas State-Southern Illinois football game on TV? No, but here's how you can watch
One week after a successful season opener, Kansas State returns home to Bill Snyder Family Stadium to host Southern Illinois.
The Wildcats opened the season in Arlington, Texas, with a 24-7 season-opening win over Stanford. Now, K-State turns its attention to the Salukis, who are currently ranked eighth in the FCS poll.
Southern Illinois enters this week’s contest hoping to build on its 47-21 win over Southeast Missouri State in its season opener.
Saturday’s game, which can only be seen online, will be the first meeting between K-State and Southern Illinois. However, the Wildcats are 15-4 all-time against members of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
More on Kansas State football
- Kansas State vs. Stanford report card: Wildcats' season opener all they hoped for and more
- Kansas State's defensive performance vs. Stanford was eight months in the making
- Why Kansas State football's transfer portal additions have fit in seamlessly
Here’s a look at how you can catch Saturday’s game.
How to watch Kansas State vs. Southern Illinois
When: 6 p.m. CT, Saturday, September 11
Where: Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Manhattan, Kansas)
Online livestream: Big 12 Now on ESPN+
Radio: K-State Sports Network, Sirius XM Satellite Radio: XM Channel 389, SXM Channel 979
Where can I watch Big 12 Now on ESPN+
Saturday's game between Kansas State and Southern Illinois will not be shown on television.
Instead, the game will be livestreamed online on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.
To sign up, visit this link.