At long last, college football is nearly back. Here’s how to watch Texas Longhorns football throughout the 2022 season.
Hook ‘Em! Football is almost back – which means we finally have our Saturday rituals back. Here’s how to watch Texas Longhorns football in 2022.
Texas Longhorns 2022 Outlook
Okay, I think we all recognize that 2021 wasn’t the best year. After a blazing 4-1 start the Longhorns sputtered and lost double-digit fourth-quarter leads in three-straight games, dropping to 4-4. It never got better, going 1-3 down the stretch and losing to Kansas.
The good news? Head coach Steve Sarkisian brought in a top five recruiting class (which included the no. 1 recruit in the class, transfer Quinn Ewers) and the Longhorns still have all-world running back Bijan Robinson.
Robinson ran for 1,127 yards and 11 touchdowns last season, adding 26 receptions for 295 yards and four scores. Meanwhile, Xavier Worthy set a freshman record last season with 12 touchdown catches. Add in Jordan Whittington (26 catches in seven games) and Wyoming transfer Isaiah Neyor (12 touchdown receptions in 2021) and Texas has a talented group of receivers.
The defense is an area of concern for the Longhorns, but the addition of Gary Patterson as a special assistant should help things on that side of the ball.
Texas Football Schedule 2022
Currently, there are only five games that are locked into a network or time slot. They are:
Saturday, September 3: vs ULM (8PM ET, Longhorn Network)
Saturday, September 10: vs Alabama (12PM ET, FOX)
Saturday, September 17: vs UTSA (8PM ET, Longhorn Network)
Saturday, October 8: Oklahoma (ABC)
Friday, November 25: vs Baylor (ABC or ESPN)
It remains to be seen if ‘Texas is back,’ but a win over Alabama would certainly clear up that declaration. Oklahoma and Baylor as also as talented as ever, so Texas has one highlight matchup each month of the season.
How To Watch Texas Football In 2022
The best way to watch Texas football is with fuboTV. Fans in Texas will get access to all of their local stations (NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX), which will obviously cover a good number of games.
Plus, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPNU. However, the Longhorn Network is not included.
fuboTV’s Pro plan includes 128 channels (including all those listed above), a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and unlimited screens on your home Wi-Fi network. You can get a one-week free trial today and after that it’s $69.99 per month.
You can cancel your plan anytime, so if you just want to roll with them from August until January, feel free.
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