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Kansas State's Big 12 basketball schedule revealed

K-State head coach Bruce Weber gets frantic during the final seconds of the first half as K-State closed in on Texas to tie the score. (Feb. 7, 2015)
K-State head coach Bruce Weber gets frantic during the final seconds of the first half as K-State closed in on Texas to tie the score. (Feb. 7, 2015) File photo

The Big 12 announced its basketball schedule on Thursday, completing Kansas State slate for the 2015-16 season.

The Wildcats will begin their conference schedule on Jan. 2 against West Virginia. From there they will play a pair of road games against Texas and Oklahoma. Then comes two home games against Texas Tech and Iowa State. Next up is a trip to Baylor, followed by a home game against Oklahoma State and trips to West Virginia and Kansas.

K-State will head to Allen Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. on Feb. 3.

The Wildcats will start the second half of their Big 12 schedule with home games against Oklahoma and Baylor, then travel to Oklahoma State and TCU. Next comes a home game against Kansas on Feb. 20.

Then they take on Texas and travel to Iowa State, finishing their slate with a game against TCU and a road trip to Texas Tech on March 5.

The majority of K-State’s conference games will be played on ESPNU (six) and ESPNews (six). Television for three games will be determined later. Its game at Texas may end up on the Longhorn Network. Two games will be played on ESPN or ESPN2 -- vs. Kansas and at Iowa State.

The Wildcats will not make an appearance on Big Monday.

K-State’s prominent nonconference games include matchups against St. Louis, Mississippi, Missouri and Texas A&M.

Reach Kellis Robinett at krobinett@wichitaeagle.com. Follow him on Twitter: @kellisrobinett.

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