Two long-time voices of the game will be on the call Saturday evening as Kansas (1-6) heads to Stillwater to face Oklahoma State (6-1) for homecoming with Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman in the booth for FS1.
Brando and Tillman have long been booth partners dating back to their days together more than a decade ago with CBS.
The game will also be carried live on the Cowboy Radio Network with Dave Hunziker handling play-by-play, John Holcomb providing analysis and Robert Allen reporting from the sideline. You can also listen to the broadcast for free through The Varsity Network app if you’re outside the Cowboy Radio Network. (You can find the full station list here.)
OSU is 55-38-6 in homecoming games as a program and enters the game having won four of its last five, and 10 of its last 13 on homecoming. The Cowboys are favored by 30.5 points over the Jayhawks, who won their first game of the season over South Dakota before promptly reeling off six straight losses. KU did not win a game last season in an 0-9 campaign and fell to OSU 47-7 in Lawrence, yet Mike Gundy said this week they’re expecting it to be a close contest.
“We’re not far enough along to overlook anybody,” he said. “I expect this to be a fourth-quarter game. When you have an offensive capability to score 45 or 50 points, then there are times that you can say, ‘Well, maybe we’ll overlook somebody.’ But we’re not in a position right now, based on a variety of things to overlook anybody because we don’t score as many points as we have the years past for whatever reason, so that shouldn’t be an issue.”
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