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For the first time this season, the Baylor Bears will not be playing in front of a home crowd in Floyd Casey Stadium, instead taking their high-flying offensive act to Manhattan, Kansas to face Bill Snyder's Wildcats.

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15/15 BAYLOR (4-0, 1-0) vs. NR/NR KANSAS STATE (2-3, 0-2)
Oct. 12, 2013 | 2:30 p.m. CT
Manhattan, Kan. | Bill Snyder Family Stadium (50,000)

TV: FOX (Channel Listings)
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For whatever reason, Baylor has not yet (or may not plan to) put up their weekly Media Center listing all of the radio affiliates, social media accounts, and what-not. That's too bad, if only because I like to use it to post here. What they have put up is a .pdf, linked above at "Channel Listings" of everywhere you can watch the game, both live and on delay.

Tomorrow's game, starting at 2:30 CST, will be broadcast nationally on FOX. That's not Fox Sports 1 or any of the regional networks. That's FOX. If you're in Dallas, it's channel 4. If you're elsewhere ... it's probably different (click here for a list of FOX affiliates nationwide). Find FOX, though, and you'll find this game. If you're looking for somewhere to meet with other Baylor fans in your area, whatever information I can find about watch parties will go into this thread. If you're planning on having a watch part yourself, please let us know.

As for ODB's coverage of tomorrow, I'm hopeful that we can have our best game threads of the season since I don't see a huge portion of our community here making the trip to Kansas. With the game kicking off at 2:30, the first GDT will go up at 2:00 CST. Before that, we'll have the typical Open Thread for all of CFB starting at 11, just in time for the kickoff of OU and Texas.

Ok, wow. I've never heard of "College Sports Vision" before, but it has an exhaustive list, for all cable/satellite providers, of TV listings for the game. That's impressive.

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