When is the Kansas State football game: How to watch, listen, livestream K-State vs. Stanford

Emery Glover
Topeka Capital-Journal

College football is right around the corner, and K-State is headed to the Lone Star State.

Kansas State will open the 2021 season in Arlington, Texas, at AT&T Stadium when it takes on Stanford.

The Wildcats are looking get off to a strong start this season under head coach Chris Klieman. If history is any indicator, K-State has done just that in season openers. Since 2017, Kansas State has won three of its last four season openers. The only setback during this recent span, however, came last season against Arkansas State. 

Saturday’s game between Stanford and K-State will be just the second meeting between the two teams. The last time Stanford and K-State met was in 2016. The Cardinal won that game 26-13 in Palo Alto. 

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Here’s a look at how you can catch Saturday’s game. 

When is the Kansas State football game? And how to watch and stream K-State vs. Stanford 

When: 11 a.m. CT, Saturday, September 4

Where: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

TV: FS1

Stream: Fox Sports

Radio: TuneIn or K-State Sports Network 

What channel is FS1?

For DIRECTV subscribers, FS1 can be found on Channel 219.

FS1 can be found on Channel 150 for DISH subscribers 

Cox Communications subscribers can find FS1 on Channel 60 in standard definition or 2060 in high definition. 

You can find out if your television provider offers FS1 by visiting this website