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

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The final road game of the regular season is right around the corner now for head coach Steve Sarkisian and Texas football this coming weekend. Texas will face head coach Lance Leipold and the upstart Kansas Jayhawks on the road in Lawrence on Nov. 19 before the regular season finale arrives on Black Friday against the Baylor Bears at home in Austin.

Unfortunately for the Longhorns, momentum is not on its side heading into this important matchup against the Jayhawks. Texas fell short in sluggish fashion at the hands of the undefeated and No. 4 ranked TCU Horned Frogs at home at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Nov. 12, by the final score of 17-10.

The loss to TCU moves Texas’ record on the season to 6-4 (4-3 Big 12). That result also essentially eliminates Texas from the running to get a spot in the Big 12 Championship Game this season.

Meanwhile, Kansas comes into this game with a record of 6-4 (3-4 Big 12) following a convincing double-digit loss on the road in Lubbock on Nov. 12 against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Kansas has lost four of its last five games heading into this contest in Week 12.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as Texas hits the road to face Kansas at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence on Nov. 19.

How to watch Texas football vs. Kansas


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

Radio/Audio Stream: Longhorn Radio Network

Game time: 2:30 p.m. CT

For the second straight road game, Texas will be televised on FS1. The last game that the Longhorns had the broadcast channel on FS1 was also against a Kansas school on the road, when Texas took down the No. 13 Kansas State Wildcats in Manhattan on Nov. 5.

Texas vs. Kansas series history

Texas owns the all-time edge in the series against Kansas, with a record of 16-4-0. But the Jayhawks did get the best of the Longhorns last season, severing a three-game winning streak for Texas in this series.

This will be another one of those games where the Longhorns are looking to continue the “revenge tour”. Texas has knocked off more than half of the teams that defeated them last season so far. And Texas can continue making progress in this revenge tour by beating a vastly-improved Kansas team on the road this weekend.

Texas opened up as nearly a 10-point favorite over Kansas. And the ESPN Football Power Index gives the Longhorns a 77.0 percent chance to beat Kansas in this game.

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There might not be a single team that Texas will want revenge against more at this point of the season than Kansas. The loss to the Jayhawks at home last season was embarrassing for Sark and the Longhorns and we’re sure that this team wants to put that behind them this year.