University of Kansas

October 28, 2013 2:22 PM

New KU basketball network to debut Tuesday

Time Warner Cable, Comcast and WOW! in the Kansas City and Lawrence areas are the exclusive local carriers of the Jayhawk Television Network, which will air two KU football and six basketball games this season, including Tuesday’s basketball exhibition opener against Pittsburg State and Saturday’s KU football game at Texas. The games will air in the Kansas City area on the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, formerly Metro Sports.

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