Texas football vs. Kansas: Game announcers for Week 12

Noah Eagle Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Noah Eagle Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /

The Week 12 matchup against the improved Kansas Jayhawks and head coach Lance Leipold holds a lot of importance for head coach Steve Sarkisian and Texas football. Texas is looking to right the ship after a sluggish performance in Week 11 against the No. 4 ranked TCU Horned Frogs at home.

This matchup against Kansas in Lawrence on Nov. 19 will be the final road game of the regular season for the Longhorns. All that remains on the regular season schedule at this point of the fall for Texas is this contest against Kansas and then the finale at home on Nov. 25 (Black Friday) against the Baylor Bears.

The two remaining games on the docket for the regular season should be very winnable for Sark and the Longhorns. But neither will come without its fair share of challenges.

Kansas is one of the most improved teams in the Power Five this fall. And it looks like Kansas could be getting its starting quarterback back in the lineup this weekend for the first time since the Jayhawks’ matchup on Oct. 8 against TCU.

Texas heads into this game with a record of 6-4 (4-3 Big 12) following a 17-10 loss to TCU at home on Nov. 12. Meanwhile, Kansas boasts a record of 6-4 (3-4 Big 12) after a convincing 43-28 loss against the Texas Tech Red Raiders on the road on Nov. 12. Texas has lost two of its last three games heading into Week 12, while Kansas has lost four of its last five.

Here’s a look at the TV and game announcer information as Texas hits the road to face Kansas in Lawrence at Kansas Memorial Stadium on Nov. 19, with the kickoff time set for 2:30 p.m. CT.

Texas football vs. Kansas game announcer information

TV: FS1 (Noah Eagle, Mark Helfrich)

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 Noah Eagle and Mark Helfrich, per the Texas Sports pregame preview and notes.

This is the third time this season that Texas will be broadcast live on FS1. And it is the second time for a road game this season for the Longhorns. The last road game that Texas was broadcast on FS1 was on Nov. 5, in the win over the Kansas State Wildcats.

And the first time this season that Texas was broadcast live on FS1 was at home on Oct. 1 against the West Virginia Mountaineers. Texas is 2-0 (and hopefully, 3-0 come Nov. 19) this season when FS1 has the broadcast for its games.

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If the Longhorns can take down the Jayhawks on the road this weekend, it will be the first win for Texas in this series since 2019. It would also be the first win for Texas in Lawrence over the Jayhawks since the 2018 season.