Baseball game against Oklahoma State to air on Fox Sports 1
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Big 12 Conference announced Thursday that Kansas baseball’s game against Oklahoma State Friday, April 14 at Hoglund Ballpark will air on Fox Sports 1 as part of the league’s telecast schedule.
The Jayhawks’ contest against the Cowboys is one of 12 regular-season games to be featured by the league’s television partners, FOX Sports and ESPN, while the 2017 Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship will be shown in its entirety.
Kansas will have at least nine games televised, including eight on the Jayhawk Television Network (JTV). In addition, all 32 home games will be made available live on ESPN3. Fans can access ESPN3 online at WatchESPN.com, on smart phones and tablets via the WatchESPN and ESPN apps, through ESPN on Xbox Live to Gold Members and on Apple TV.
The eight home games broadcast live on JTV are as follows:
|Saturday||April 1||vs. Texas||2 p.m.|
|Sunday||April 2||vs. Texas||1 p.m.|
|Tuesday||April 11||vs. Wichita State||6 p.m.|
|Saturday||April 15||vs. Oklahoma State||1 p.m.|
|Sunday||April 30||vs. Baylor||1 p.m.|
|Friday||May 12||vs. Kansas State||6 p.m.|
|Saturday||May 13||vs. Kansas State||2 p.m.|
|Sunday||May 14||vs. Kansas State||2 p.m.|
For more information on the Jayhawk Television Network, visit KUAthletics.com/TV.
Kansas opens the season Friday, February 17 at The Citadel, where it will also play Liberty (Feb. 18) and the 2015 NCAA National Champion Virginia Cavaliers (Feb. 19).
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