The Iowa State vs. Kansas football game can be viewed or listened to in several ways. We provided all the necessary TV and streaming info, as well as what channel it can be watched on.
The Kansas Jayhawks (6-2, 3-2 Big 12) and Iowa State Cyclones (5-3, 4-1 Big 12) face off in a primetime showdown as both teams look to stay in the conference title race. Kansas is looking to embark on a new win streak after defeating No. 6 Oklahoma at home, while ISU hopes to build on their three consecutive victories. Here is everything you need to know about how to watch and what channel the Iowa State vs. Kansas football game is on.
How to watch Iowa vs. Kansas football on TV
The contest will be aired on ESPN tonight at 6:00 p.m. CT. It is the second time ESPN has hosted a Kansas game this season, the last coming against BYU to open conference play.
How to stream Iowa State vs. Kansas football
On mobile devices or computers, ESPN offers a service called Watch ESPN that is included with any cable package that offers the channel. However, if you don’t have ESPN, there are still ways you can watch the game.
There are a handful of services that you can purchase to access ESPN, such as Sling TV. While there is nothing wrong with the other options, the one we recommend is Fubo TV.
Fubo offers a 7-day free trial for first-time users and presents its subscribers with 100+ channels, including ESPN. The best part about it is that it comes at no cost as long as you cancel your trial before the seven days are up. Use the link above to sign up!
How to listen to Iowa State vs. Kansas football on the radio
The game can be listened to on Jayhawk Radio Network. As per usual, the voice of KU Athletics Brian Hanni will call the game live. Here are some stations for those in the Kansas area.
(1320 AM/101.7 FM in Lawrence, 810 AM in Kansas City, 1240 AM/97.5 FM in Wichita)