How to watch Texas football vs. UTSA: TV, stream, game time

Steve Sarkisian, Texas football
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The third straight home game for head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Texas football program will soon arrive. Texas will face head coach Jeff Traylor and the defending Conference-USA Champion UTSA Roadrunners as they look to get their second win of the regular season.

Sark and the Longhorns come into this meeting with UTSA sporting a record of 1-1 (0-0 Big 12) following the tough last-second one-point loss to head coach Nick Saban and the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide at home on Sep. 10. The sole win on the season for the Longhorns came in the opener back on Sep. 3 at home over the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, by the final score of 52-10.

Meanwhile, UTSA comes into this game sporting a record of 1-1 (0-0 C-USA) after notching their first win of the season, which came over the Army Black Knights on the road on Sep. 10 in overtime. The sole loss on the season for the Roadrunners came in their opener on Sep. 3 at home, which also came in overtime at the hands of the Houston Cougars.

Texas and UTSA are going to battle it out at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin on Sep. 17, with the kickoff time set for 7 p.m. CT.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and kickoff time/pregame information for this meeting between Texas and UTSA in Austin on Sep. 17.

How to watch Texas football vs. UTSA

TV: Longhorn Network

Live Stream: WatchESPN (if you have it available on your TV package)

Radio/Audio Stream: Longhorn Radio Network

Game time: 7 p.m. CT kickoff/5 p.m. CT for Texas Gameday preview show

For the second time in three games this season, Texas will have a game broadcast live on the Longhorn Network. You can catch this game live on LHN at 7 p.m. CT, and the Texas Gameday preview show will start on 5 p.m. CT on Sep. 17.

We’ve written up more on how to find the Longhorn Network this season in different TV packages and/or streaming subscriptions.

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According to the ESPN Football Power Index, Texas has a 92.4 percent chance to beat UTSA in this game. And the early FanDuel odds have Texas as an 11-point favorite as of the night of Sep. 12. The over/under is currently set at 61.5 points.