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

Bijan Robinson, DeMarvion Overshown, Texas football Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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In a little more than six hours, No. 20 ranked Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian will duke it out with first-year head coach Kalen DeBoer and the No. 12 ranked Washington Huskies in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. Dec. 29 will give Texas its opportunity to cap the 2022 campaign on a high note with a three-game winning streak.

Sark and the Longhorns come into this game with a record of 8-4 (6-3 Big 12) following a 38-27 win at home in the regular season finale on Nov. 25 over the Baylor Bears. Texas is riding a two-game winning streak heading into the postseason after beating the Kansas Jayhawks on the road on Nov. 19 and Baylor on Black Friday.

Meanwhile, Washington comes into this game with a record of 10-2 (7-2 PAC-12) following a convincing 51-33 win in the Apple Cup over the Washington State Cougars on the road on Nov. 26. Washington is red-hot heading into the postseason, as the Huskies are currently riding a six-game winning streak.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as Texas gets set to face Washington in the Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Dec. 29.

How to watch Texas football vs. Washington


Live Stream: WatchESPN App (if you have LHN available on your TV package)
Radio/Audio Stream: Longhorn Radio Network
Game time: 8 p.m. CT

For one final time this season, the Longhorns will be aired live on ESPN. This will be the second game in a row where the Longhorns are on the flagship ESPN network. And it is the third time this season in total that Texas has a game televised on the flagship ESPN channel.

Texas vs. Washington series history

According to the Sports Reference matchup finder, Texas has a 3-1 edge in the all-time series against Washington. The last time that these two teams met was back in the 2001 Holiday Bowl when the Longhorns had a massive fourth-quarter comeback to edge the Huskies by the final score of 47-43.

This is also the third matchup in a row between Texas and Washington where these two teams are meeting in the postseason. The first time came back in the 1979 Sun Bowl when No. 13 Washington edged out No. 11 Texas 14-7.

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The Alamo Bowl has started to become Texas’ de facto home away from home in the postseason. Each of the last three bowl berths for the Longhorns was in the Alamo Bowl, and five of the last eight were in San Antonio.