Scattered thunderstorms in the morning giving way to partly cloudy skies late. High 81F. Winds ESE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain falling from 50% to 20% in the evening. | Latest Forecast
TV AND RADIO
Auburn fans can follow the action live on TV and radio (check your local listings for specific channels):
| Auburn Club Watch Parties
| Auburn IMG Radio
| Satellite Radio: Sirius 84, XM 84
AuburnTigers.com is your online hub for all the action. Fans can follow from around the world with live webcast, live audio, live stats and live gameday blog. We'll also update via Auburn's official social platforms:
| Live Video
| Live Audio
| Live Stats
| GameDay App
Below is a timeline of key events leading up to the game. Manhattan, Kan., observes Central time.
The Auburn team buses are expected to arrive on the north side of Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan at approximately 4:30 p.m. CT.
Auburn ticket office representatives will be located between Gates C and D (west side of stadium below press box). Service begins approximately two hours prior to kick. See map above.
AUBURN SIDELINE & SEATING
The Auburn football team will occupy the east sideline and official Auburn ticket sections are located on the southeast side of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
| Gameday Timeline (all times Central)
| Thursday, Sept. 18
| 4:30 p.m.
|| Auburn team buses arrive on north side of stadium (time approximate) / Tiger Walk
|| Auburn Will Call opens on west side of stadium between Gates C & D
|| All gates open at Bill Snyder Family Stadium
| 6:30 p.m.
| Auburn vs. K-State | TV: ESPN | All Broadcast Options
||Parking & Tailgating
Bill Snyder Family Stadium parking lots open five (5) hours prior to kickoff. General public parking is available in the grassy area (Lot 9) east of the stadium, in the paved lot of the Chester Peters Recreation Center or in satellite lots surrounding the stadium and other paved lots on campus.
General public parking fees are $20 for cars and $30 for charter buses. Paid parking for fans with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis in both the east and west stadium lots. To gain entry, guests must display a state-issued accessible license plate or hangtag and present a disability card along with a form of personal identification.
Kansas State Parking Maps & Information
Parking in the east and west stadium lots for RV's, buses and vehicles with camper trailers is limited to designated reserved parking stalls which must not exceed a maximum stall width of 11-feet, 6-inches and a maximum stall length of 55-feet.
Vehicles parking in standard stalls and any attached accessories must not exceed a maximum stall width of 8-feet, 6-inches and a maximum stall length of 21-feet. Vehicles with pull-behind trailers and pull-behind smokers are prohibited. Charter bus parking is available in the east stadium lot only.
Patrons with RVs who do not hold a reserved stall in the stadium lots should contact Steve Frazier (785-556-8620) to check availability of space in the Animal Science lot at the intersection of Kimball and Denison Avenues.
Tailgating is a traditional part of K-State game-day activities. Guests are asked to comply with the following guidelines:
Saving parking stalls in the east and west lots is prohibited. To park and tailgate together, guests must either arrive together or have adjoining reserved stalls.
No objects (tables, chairs, grills, canopies, etc.) may be placed or encroach in the Emergency Access Lane.
Open wood fires and campfires are prohibited.
Coals should be extinguished and disposed of in the red "Hot Coals" barrels.
Long-toss games of football or Frisbee are prohibited.
Canopies should be taken down in windy conditions. Owners of canopies are responsible for damage caused by wind-blown structures.
Overhead objects (flags, kites, balloons) must be properly secured.
Use of bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates, scooters, motorized scooters and unauthorized golf carts is prohibited.
Lawful consumption of alcohol and cereal malt beverages in designated parking lots adjacent to the stadium is permitted. Sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. Underage drinking is unlawful and violators will be cited.
Use of portable generators is limited to quiet units or those in soundproof boxes.
Overnight parking is restricted to reserved RV parking with purchased overnight pass.
||Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Gates open two (2) hours prior to kickoff. All persons ages 2 and older must present a ticket to enter Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Kansas State Gameday Fan Guide
K-State Fan Services Map (PDF)
Seating for guests with disabilities are sold on a reserved-season and reserved-game basis. Accessible seating is located in Sections 3, 4, 6, 7, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 26, 28, 420, 422, 423, 425, 427, 428 and 430. If available, accessible seating may be purchased in advance through the Athletics Ticket Office.
Guests holding a regular ticket who wish to sit in an accessible section due to a temporary injury may exchange their ticket for an accessible ticket, if available, at East Fan Accommodations. Guests seated in Sections 420-430 will need to obtain an east elevator pass at East Fan Accommodations.
BAGS & BAG SEARCH
Small bags, purses and fanny packs are permitted inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Bags larger than 18" L x 9" W x 16" H which do not meet sizing standards will not be permitted. All persons and items brought into the stadium are subject to search. Fans are encouraged to utilize bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC in accordance with the sizing standards to make their entrance smoother and faster.
All tickets will be electronically scanned to verify authenticity. Tickets must be scanned each time a patron enters or exits the stadium. Tickets which have been logged in upon entry cannot be reused by another guest. Patrons assume all risks for tickets purchased through sources other than the K-State Athletics Ticket Office.
Alcoholic beverages or controlled substances
Cans, glass, bottles, ice chests, coolers, picnic baskets and insulated beverage containers
Possession or use of firearms, explosives (including fireworks) or other weapons
Food and/or beverages
Portable chairback seats exceeding 18" in width
Large flags, flagpoles and items obstructing sightlines
Live animals (except Guide and Service Dogs)
Resale of tickets
Throwing of any objects
Banners, placards and leaflets not pre-approved by the Athletics Department
Standing in aisles and behind seating areas/aisles on concourse
Guests are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times during a game. K-State promotes the Big 12 Conference Code of Sportsmanship and encourages guests to treat visitors, players, coaches and officials with courtesy. Violators of stadium policies are subject to ejection and applicable legal action.
In accordance with Manhattan city ordinance smoking, including e-cigarettes, is not permitted anywhere inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Guests wishing to smoke must exit the stadium and may not smoke within 20 feet of an entrance.
For the safety and consideration of all guests, umbrellas are prohibited in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Umbrellas will not be checked and are the responsibility of the owner if left at the gates. Guests should bring appropriate rain gear in case of inclement weather.
Guests may exit Bill Snyder Family Stadium and return to their cars or tailgates by having their ticket electronically scanned "out" at any gate. Failure to have a ticket properly scanned "out" will result in an invalid ticket and denial of admission upon attempt to re-enter the stadium. Fans are reminded that any items they bring into the stadium upon re-entry are subject to search. (See Bags and Bag Search for additional information).