Kansas Football Announces Times For First Two Games of 2015
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Big 12 Conference released the television broadcast assignments for the first three weeks of the 2015 college football season, with Kansas being tabbed for television in each of its first two games. The Jayhawks have a bye the third week of the 2015 college football season.
Kansas, playing under first-year head coach David Beaty, will open the 2015 football season with a home game versus South Dakota State on Saturday, Sept. 5. The KU-SDSU game will be played at 11 a.m., on FOX Sports Net (FSN).
The Jayhawks will host Memphis in their second contest of the season on Saturday, Sept. 12. KU-Memphis will be broadcast live on the Jayhawk Network in the state of Kansas and the Kansas City metro area and is available outside of the state lines to a national audience on ESPN3. More information on the Jayhawk Network (JTV) and its affiliates is available at KUAthletics.com/TV.
Kansas made four appearances on Fox Sports Net in 2014 and one on JTV. KU was featured on FOX Sports 1 in six of its 2014 games and kicked off one time on the ACC-Regional Sports Network.
Kansas will also host Baylor (Oct. 10), Texas Tech (Oct. 17), Oklahoma (Oct. 31), West Virginia (Nov. 21) and Kansas State (Nov. 28) at Memorial Stadium during the 2015 campaign. Season tickets are available online at www.KUAthletics.com, by calling 800-34-HAWKS or in-person at the Allen Fieldhouse ticket office.
2015 Kansas Football Schedule
|Sept. 5||SOUTH DAKOTA STATE||11 a.m.||FSN|
|Sept. 12||MEMPHIS||6 p.m.||JTV|
|(Family Weekend/Band Day)|
|Sept. 26||at Rutgers||TBA||TBA|
|Oct. 3||at Iowa State*||TBA||TBA|
|Oct. 17||TEXAS TECH*||TBA||TBA|
|Oct. 24||at Oklahoma State*||TBA||TBA|
|(Homecoming/K Club Weekend)|
|Nov. 7||at Texas*||TBA||TBA|
|Nov. 14||at TCU*||TBA||TBA|
|Nov. 21||WEST VIRGINIA*||TBA||TBA|
|Nov. 28||KANSAS STATE*||TBA||TBA|
Home games in ALL CAPS
* – Big 12 Conference game.
All times are Central
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