Texas football spring game 2023: Date, location, how to watch

In roughly one month, Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian will take part in the annual Orange-White spring football game on the 40. At the moment, it looks as if Texas will hold its traditional spring game for the first time since 2021.

Last year, Sark and the Longhorns held an altered version of the traditional Orange-White game. Texas did get some scrimmage work in, but last year’s event was more of an open practice than an actual spring game.

Here’s a look at the date, schedule, location, and how to watch the Longhorns Orange-White spring football game on April 15 to round out spring ball this offseason.

Date/schedule and how to watch Texas football’s spring game

Date: April 15

Start time: 1 p.m. CT

Location: Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

TV/stream: TBD

According to Texassports.com, Texas will host the spring football game on April 15, which is coined the “Made in Austin Weekend”. The events will be built around the Longhorns spring game that weekend, and the surrounding areas of Bevo Blvd. and Smokey’s Midway will open a few hours before kick-off, at 9 a.m. CT.

Here’s more of what the official release had to say on the events taking place on April 15 surrounding the Orange-White game.

Texas Athletics is proud to announce the annual ‘Made in Austin Weekend’ will be held April 14-16 on The University of Texas campus. Events feature a variety of fan experiences that celebrates what makes Austin so unique: live music, specialty food and beverage offerings, live art installations, and — most importantly — the Texas Longhorns!

It’s also worth noting that “all events surrounding the Orange-White Game are free admission” on April 15.

Texas fans can also catch the Texas softball team in action on April 15, as it will host the Kansas Jayhawks at home on the 40 on the same day as the spring football game.

Texas finished up last season with a record of 8-5 (6-3 Big 12) following a loss to the Washington Huskies in the Alamo Bowl. Sark and the Longhorns began spring camp with the first day of drills on March 6. Texas is currently in the midst of spring break, with around a dozen practices remaining on the docket before the spring game.