Tonight at 9:30pm CT, the Kansas State football team will face off against Nevada. Fans eager to find out who will be announcing the game can tune in to CBS Sports Network. It’s an exciting match for the Kansas Jayhawks, as they will be playing a football game in the Pacific time zone for the first time in over 20 years. While the late start time may require some late-night coffee for Kansas football fans, there’s plenty of reason to be enthusiastic about this final game of nonconference play.
Head coach Lance Leipold, now in his third year, is looking to kick off back-to-back successful seasons for KU. A 3-0 record, a feat not achieved since 1991-1992, is the goal. On the other side, the Wolfpack has had a rough start to the 2023 season, with two losses, one of which was against last year’s Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams and USC, and the other against FCS-level Idaho. Despite the game being played on their home field, the Wolfpack enters as a 28 point underdog against the Jayhawks and their explosive offensive scheme.
For those eager to know the announcers for tonight’s game, tune in at 9:30pm CT on CBS Sports Network. The play-by-play commentator will be Rich Waltz, a veteran with 26 years of experience in college football, college basketball, and MLB games. Joining him in the booth as color commentator is Aaron Taylor, a former two-time first-team All-American and Lombardi Trophy winner from Notre Dame Cathedral in the early 1990s. Taylor then went on to a five-year career in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers. Currently, Taylor serves as a studio analyst for CBS Sports’ “Inside College Football” show. On the sidelines, viewers can expect updates from Amanda Guerra, a former CBS news anchor who transitioned to sports journalism a few years ago.
So, grab your late-night coffee and tune in tonight to catch all the action as the Kansas State football team takes on Nevada in this exciting matchup.