Texas football vs. Kansas State: Game announcers for Week 10

Brock Huard (Photo by Carmen Mandato/USFL/Getty Images)
Brock Huard (Photo by Carmen Mandato/USFL/Getty Images) /

In Week 10, No. 24 ranked Texas football has an important matchup on tap on the road against the No. 13 ranked Kansas State Wildcats and head coach Chris Klieman. Texas and head coach Steve Sarkisian will try and end their road woes this weekend.

Coming into this matchup against Kansas State, Sark and the Longhorns have lost five road games in a row. The most recent road loss for the Longhorns came at the hands of longtime head coach Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater on Oct. 22, by the final score of 41-34.

That loss to the Pokes a couple of weeks ago moved Texas to a record of 5-3 (3-2 Big 12) on the season. Prior to Week 8, Texas was riding a three-game winning streak.

Meanwhile, Kansas State comes into this game with a record of 6-2 (4-1 Big 12) following a dominant win over Oklahoma State in Manhattan on Oct. 29, by the final score of 48-0. That shocking result against Oklahoma State last weekend was an incredible response for the Wildcats after it fell short to the TCU Horned Frogs on the road in Fort Worth by double digits on Oct. 22.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game announcers as Texas hits the road for the second consecutive game to face Kansas State at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan on Nov. 5, with the kickoff time set for 6 p.m. CT.

Texas football vs. Kansas State game announcer information

TV: FS1 (Jason Benetti, Brock Huard)

Stream: Fox Sports App

Radio: Longhorn Radio Network/LEARFIELD (Craig Way, Roger Wallace, Will Matthews)

Spanish Radio: Longhorn Radio Network/LEARFIELD (Dr. Rubén Pizarro-Silva, Arturo Mata)

The call for this game on FS1 will be Jason Benetti and Brock Huard, per the Texas Sports pregame preview and notes.

This is the second time this season that the Longhorns had a game broadcasted on FS1. And it is the third time in 2022 that a game is broadcast on either FS1 or FOX.

But as far as we could find, this is the first time that Huard and/or Benetti was on the call for the Longhorns in a game since the 2019 meeting between Texas and the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Huard was on the call for that Texas-Texas Tech game in late November 2019.

If Texas gets the win in this game, it will be the sixth victory in a row against Kansas State. The last time that Kansas State beat Texas was in the final season under Charlie Strong as the head coach, during the 2016 campaign.

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Texas holds the edge in the all-time series against Kansas State, with a record of 12-10-0. But this is one of the closer Big 12 series historically that you’ll find as it relates to the Longhorns. And Kansas State promises to deliver a challenging road ahead in Manhattan in primetime this weekend.