How to watch Texas women’s basketball vs. OU: TV/stream, game time

Shaylee Gonzales, Texas women's basketball Mandatory Credit: Chris Jones-USA TODAY Sports
Shaylee Gonzales, Texas women's basketball Mandatory Credit: Chris Jones-USA TODAY Sports /

What is likely to be the most important remaining game of the regular season for No. 19 Texas women’s basketball and head coach Vic Schaefer lies ahead on Feb. 25 against the No. 13 Oklahoma Sooners. Texas will duke it out with Oklahoma for the sole right to first place atop the Big 12 standings during the stretch run this season.

At the moment, both the Longhorns and Sooners sit atop the Big 12 standings, with respective conference records of 12-3.

Texas heads into this meeting with Oklahoma in the Red River Rivalry game on the hardwood with an overall record of 21-7 following a dominant 74-48 win over the West Virginia Mountaineers on the road in Morgantown on Feb. 19. That win over West Virginia marked the eighth victory in the last nine outings for the Longhorns.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma comes into the weekend with an overall record of 22-4 following an 86-80 win over the Kansas Jayhawks on the road in Lawrence on Feb. 19. Oklahoma is riding a hot streak coming into this matchup against Texas, having won each of its last six games.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as Texas gets set to travel to Norman to face Oklahoma at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman on Feb. 25.

How to watch Texas women’s basketball vs. Oklahoma

TV/Live Stream: ESPN+/WatchESPN App

Radio/Audio Stream: 105.3 FM in Austin

Game time: 1 p.m. CT

Live stats: Stat Broadcast

This matchup between the Texas women and Oklahoma will take place simultaneous to the Texas men facing the No. 9 Baylor Bears on the road in Waco on Feb. 25.

You can catch the Texas women facing Oklahoma this weekend on ESPN+. According to, Roger Wallace and Kathy Harston will have the call for this game between Texas and Oklahoma on ESPN+ on Feb. 25.

Texas vs. Oklahoma preview

This weekend will be the second of two meetings between the Longhorns and Sooners on the hardwood this season. Texas topped Oklahoma in the first meeting between these two teams this season on Jan. 25 at the Moody Center in Austin by a convincing final score of 78-58.

The contrast in styles between these two teams should also make for an interesting matchup this weekend. Entering this game, Texas is the top-ranked team in the Big 12 in terms of defensive rating. Meanwhile, Oklahoma is the best team in the Big 12 in terms of offensive rating.

Obviously, the last time these two teams met, it was Texas’ defense that got the best of the high-powered Oklahoma offense.

Leading the way for Texas in this game will be the proficient trio of sophomore All-American guard Rori Harmon, senior guard Shaylee Gonzales, and junior forward DeYona Gaston. Each of those three standout Longhorns players is averaging at least a dozen points per game this season while registering at least two win shares each in conference play.

Texas will have to watch out for the standout scoring duo of super senior forward Madi Williams and super senior guard Ana Llanusa. Williams and Llanusa have combined to average more than 30 points per game in conference play this year.

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Not only is this the most important game remaining on Texas’ regular season slate, but it also looks to be the most difficult. If the Longhorns can get the win over Oklahoma this weekend, it will get to face two unranked opponents (one at home and one on the road) to try and nab the Big 12 regular season crown.