K-State baseball team plays host to Nebraska tonight at 6:30

By The Mercury

Following a stretch of nine Big 12 games in its last 10 contests, the K-State baseball team will step out of conference play for the next week and a half beginning with a home tilt against Nebraska tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Tointon Family Stadium.

Tuesday marks the first of nine home games in the next 16 days for the Wildcats, while it is the finale of a three-game season series against the Huskers.

The game can be seen on K-StateHD.TV beginning with K-State Gameday, hosted by Brian Smoller and former All-American Craig Wilson at 6 p.m. The game can also be heard on the K-State Sports Network with Smoller, Wyatt Thompson and Matt Walters on the call.

Tuesday’s game is Dollar Dog Night, as hot dogs are just $1 while supplies last, while a pregame tailgate will begin at 5 p.m., directly behind the stadium off College Avenue.

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