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

Keilan Robinson, Texas Football. Mandatory Credit: Stephen Spillman-USA TODAY Sports
Keilan Robinson, Texas Football. Mandatory Credit: Stephen Spillman-USA TODAY Sports /

Texas football opens up Big 12 play this weekend against head coach Dave Aranda and the Baylor Bears on the road in Waco on Sep. 23. Head coach Steve Sarkisian and No. 3 Texas enter Big 12 play with a spotless 3-0 (0-0 Big 12) record through the non-conference slate.

Texas has an opportunity to make a statement to the Big 12 that this team is well on its way to a conference title in its final year before leaving for the SEC. Despite some of its ups and downs during non-conference play, the Longhorns are still the prohibitive Big 12 favorite entering conference play this weekend.

Sark and the Longhorns come into Big 12 play following an upset scare from the Wyoming Cowboys at home at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Sep. 16. Texas pulled away in the fourth quarter to claim the win over Wyoming by a score of 31-10.

Baylor is off to a slow start to the regular season, but the Bears can always be a tough out in Waco. This Baylor team got off to a 1-2 (0-0 Big 12) start this season. But Baylor did give the No. 11 Utah Utes all they could handle in a one-score win for head coach Kyle Whittingham’s squad in Waco a couple of weeks ago.

Aranda and the Bears have fallen short of the Texas State Bobcats and Utah to open the 2023 season. Baylor also defeated FCS Long Island for its first win of the season last weekend by a score of 30-7.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information and game time as No. 3 Texas travels to Waco in Week 4 to take on Baylor in the Big 12 opener on Sep. 23 at McLane Stadium in Waco.

How to watch Texas football vs. Baylor

TV/Stream: ABC/ESPN app

Radio/Audio Stream: The Varsity Network

Game time: 6:30 p.m. CT

Live stats: Statbroadcast

This is the first game this season that the Longhorns are broadcast live on ABC in primetime. This weekend will also be Texas’ second true road game in primetime this season. So, this stage won’t be anything new for this team after it downed the No. 3 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on the road in Tuscaloosa by double digits on Sep. 9.

According to the Texas Sports website, the call for this Texas-Baylor game on ABC will be Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek, and Tom Luginbill.

Texas vs. Baylor series history

Texas holds the edge in the all-time series against Baylor with a record of 80-28-4. The Longhorns won the last meeting between these two teams and six of the last eight. Texas triumphed over Baylor by a score of 38-27 behind strong efforts from running backs Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson when these two teams met at DKR last season.

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