Where to Watch Kansas vs. Providence

If you want to watch the game but don’t have a TV, you can still catch the action. Here’s where to watch Kansas vs. Providence.

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Kansas takes on Providence Friday in the opening game of the Fir Invitational. The game is set to tip off at 7 p.m. (CT) and will be televised on ESPNU.

Friday’s contest will also be available on the WatchESPN app, which can be downloaded on most smart devices.

The Jayhawks are 3-0 on the young season and ranked No. 2 in the Associated Press poll, while the Friars come in at 6-1 and unranked.

Kansas vs. Providence

The game will be shown on ESPN2. You can also live stream the game on WatchESPN. If you’re looking for a radio broadcast, you can listen to the game on Jayhawk Radio Network.

Live Stream on WatchESPN

You can watch a live stream of the game on WatchESPN.com or by using the WatchESPN app for mobile devices, tablets and streaming devices. You will need to sign in with your ESPN+ subscription to watch.

Listen on Jayhawk Radio Network

The Jayhawk Radio Network, available on 15 affiliate stations across Kansas, will air the game. Brian Hanni calls the play-by-play with David Lawrence serving as color analyst. Fans can also listen to the game on the Jayhawk Radio app or on TuneIn (KUAthletics.com/TuneIn).


No matter where you are, or what time it is, there are plenty of ways to watch the Kansas Jayhawks take on the Providence Friars.

If you’re in the United States, you can watch the game on ESPN at 7:00 PM EST. If you’re not in the United States, or if you don’t have a cable subscription, you can still watch the game online through a number of different streaming services.

In Canada, the game will be available on TSN at 7:00 PM EST. Again, if you don’t have a cable subscription, or if you’re not in Canada, there are still plenty of ways to catch the game online.

Finally, if you’re looking for a free way to watch the game, there are a number of websites that will be streaming the game live. Keep in mind that these websites are not always reliable and may be subject to buffering or other issues.

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