K-State’s game at 6 p.m. on Saturday against Oklahoma State won’t be available via typical cable TV broadcast, so you can watch it in one of three ways: in person, on ESPN+ or at a sports bar (several local places told us they’d be showing the game).
ESPN+ is a streaming service and is not part of a cable package. It requires an extra subscription of $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year. If you’ve not used it before, here’s how.
You’ll need internet access, so you can watch it on a computer at ESPN.com. You can also watch it on a TV using a smart TV or device that uses apps, such as a PlayStation4, XBox One, Apple TV, Roku or Chromecast.
The device must be connected to the Internet.
For computers, an ESPN+ subscription is available through plus.espn.com.
For other devices, download the ESPN app and then sign up. Use an existing ESPN account or create a new one.
Some devices might require verification. It might ask you to visit a website (espn.com/activate) to type in a code shown on the TV screen.
For more information, go to help.espnplus.com.