TCU Horned Frogs vs Iowa State Cyclones: Start time, TV information, live stream, point spread, and more


The 16th-ranked Iowa State men’s basketball team returns home to host TCU, who’s still looking for their first Big 12 victory in their 10th attempt this season.

Feb 3, 2014; Stillwater, OK, USA; Iowa State Cyclones guard Naz Long (15) shoots a three point shot at the buzzer defended by Oklahoma State Cowboys guard Phil Forte (13) sending the game into the triple overtime at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Iowa State defeated Oklahoma State in triple overtime 98-97. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

The Cyclones are 17-4 overall with a 5-4 record in Big 12 play. The Horned Frogs are 9-12 overall with an 0-9 record in Big 12 play.

  • Date: Saturday, February 8th
  • Start time: 3:00 PM CT
  • Location: Hilton Coliseum; Ames, Iowa
  • Point spread: Iowa State is favored by 19 points according to LVH (as of Friday night).
  • TV: Big 12 Network (affiliate list)
  • Live stream: ESPN3 (must have authorized internet provider)
  • TV announcers: Dave Armstrong (play-by-play), Stephen Howard (analyst)
  • Radio: Cyclone Radio Network (affiliate list)
  • Radio announcers: John Walters (play-by-play), Eric Heft (analyst)
  • Check out the full preview of TCU vs Iowa State.

This is the Cyclones’ fifth appearance on the Big 12 Network.

The Big 12 Network airs syndicated games on a variety of local affiliates and regional sports networks. Beginning last year, nearly all of the Big 12 Network games are available locally in the Ames and Des Moines area on WOI-TV. Games involving Iowa State and any game in the Saturday doubleheader will be on WOI-TV 5 while every other game will be on WOI-DT2, channel 5.2.

A list of all the affiliates can be found here.

B12N is also available out-of-market on regional sports networks like MASN or MSG, which can usually be picked up on sports tiers for cable and satellite subscribers. It’s also available online on ESPN3 for those that have an authorized internet provider.

This is Armstrong and Howard’s second time calling an Iowa State men’s basketball game together. Their previous appearance was the game against Texas Tech, and plenty of Cyclone media and fans weren’t impressed by Howard’s analysis. We’ll see how he improves this time around.