The 2017 NCAA Tournament continues on Friday night as No. 6 Cincinnati plays No. 11 Kansas State in a South Region matchup.
Neither team is close to its campus, as the game is being played in Sacramento, Calif. The Wildcats had to win a First Four matchup to get to this point, beating Wake Forest to advance to this point.
Here’s all the information you’ll need for the Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game:
2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game time, details
Time: 7:27 p.m. ET
Date: Friday, March 17
Location: Golden 1 Center; Sacramento, Calif.
What TV channel is the 2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game game on?
truTV is televising the game.
How can I watch the 2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game online?
NCAA.com will broadcast all games for free online. Click here to watch.
How can I listen to the 2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game?
The game will be broadcast by Westwood One Sports, with Jason Benetti and Mike Montgomery on the call. You can find information on radio stations and streaming options here.
Who is calling the 2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game on television?
Spero Dedes, Steve Smith, Len Elmore, and Ros Gold-Onwude will call the game for truTV.
2017 NCAA Tournament Cincinnati vs. Kansas State game preview
Cincinnati is appearing in the NCAA Tournament for the seventh straight season — and three of the last four times it has had to travel to the West Coast for its first matchup.
The Bearcats are led in scoring by the duo of Jacob Evans (13.7 points per game) and Kyle Washington (13.1).
Cincinnati lost to SMU in the AAC Tournament championship game, but had won seven of its last eight games prior to that setback.
Kansas State lost to West Virginia in the Big 12 Conference Tournament. However, the Wildcats still made an impact in the tourney, taking down Baylor a day before that loss.
The Wildcats are led by a balanced scoring attack featuring Wesley Iwundu (12.9 points per game), Kamau Stokes (11.9), Barry Brown (11.8), and D.J. Johnson (11.4).
Kansas State is in its first NCAA Tournament since 2014. Its First Four win over Wake Forest was its first tourney victory since 2010.
The Bearcats and Wildcats did not face each other this season.