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

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The next game up for No. 22 Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian lies on Oct. 15 against head coach Matt Campbell and the Iowa State Cyclones. Texas is coming into this game with some real confidence and momentum following a big win over the Oklahoma Sooners in the annual Red River Rivalry game on Oct. 8.

Sark and the Longhorns come into this contest against Iowa State at home sporting a record of 4-2 (2-1 Big 12) following the aforementioned dominant 49-0 win over Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas on Oct. 8. Texas has now won two games in a row dating back to the Oct. 1 triumph at home over the West Virginia Mountaineers.

Meanwhile, Iowa State comes into this game with a record of 3-3 (0-3 Big 12) following a tough one-point loss (by the final score of 10-9) at the hands of the No. 20 ranked Kansas State Wildcats at home at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames on Oct. 8. Iowa State has now lost three games in a row at the outset of Big 12 play.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming info and game time as Texas gets set to host Iowa State at home at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Oct. 15.

How to watch Texas football vs. Iowa State


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

Radio/Audio Stream: Longhorn Radio Network

Game time: 11 a.m. CT

Texas will get its second 11 a.m. CT home kickoff of the season so far. The first came on Sep. 10 against the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. This is also the final home game of the month with Texas having one more road game next week against the Oklahoma State Cowboys and then the bye week after that.

Texas vs. Iowa State series history

Texas holds the edge in the all-time series against Iowa State, with a record of 14-5-0. But Iowa State has won the last three games, including last season’s domination of the Longhorns in Ames. Last season’s meeting between these two teams resulted in an Iowa State win by the final score of 30-7.

Since so many of the current Longhorns players have gone without a single win over Iowa State in the last few seasons, this should be a game that is circled on the “revenge tour”.

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According to the ESPN Football Power Index, Texas has an 88.9 percent chance of beating Iowa State in this game. The betting odds also favor Texas in this game by more than two scores, which is the biggest spread for this team in any Big 12 contest so far this season.