How to watch Texas baseball vs. Kansas: TV/stream, odds

Charlie Hurley, Texas baseball
Charlie Hurley, Texas baseball / Sara Diggins/American-Statesman / USA

Head coach David Pierce and No. 25 Texas baseball (32-20, 17-10 Big 12) finishes the regular season in the finale series this weekend at the Disch in Austin against the Kansas Jayhawks (29-18, 15-12 Big 12). This is the final Big 12 regular season series for Texas before joining the SEC for the 2025 season.

Pierce and the Longhorns are seeking their sixth consecutive Big 12 series win to close out the regular season. Last weekend, Texas took two out of three games in a series win on the road in Orlando over the UCF Knights.

At this point of the regular season, Texas is fighting for seeding in the Big 12 Tournament next week and to stay alive for consideration as a Regional host this postseason. Texas is on the outside looking in among the teams vying to be a Regional host.

It would likely take the Longhorns either winning out this season, including taking the Big 12 Tournament crown, or at least winning the conference title and taking the series finale this weekend against Kansas.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information, betting odds, and game times for the three-game starting on May 16 between No. 25 Texas and Kansas at UCFU Disch-Falk Field in Austin.

How to watch Texas baseball vs. Kansas

TV: Longhorn Network

Live Stream: ESPN app

Radio/Audio StreamLonghorn Radio Network

Live Stats: StatBroadcast

Keith Moreland and Greg Swindell will call this weekend's series between Texas and Kansas on Longhorn Network at the Disch. This will be the last series ever broadcast live on LHN before the network is dissolved later this year upon the move to the SEC.

Craig Way and Roger Wallace will be on the radio broadcast on Longhorn Radio Network for all Texas baseball games this season.

Game times for Texas baseball vs. Kansas

Game 1 (May 16): 6:30 p.m. CT

Game 2 (May 17): 6:30 p.m. CT

Game 3 (May 18): 2:30 p.m. CT

The gate time for the series opener between Texas and Kansas on May 16 has been delayed past 5 p.m. CT due to weather-related issues.

Probable starting pitchers for Texas baseball vs. Kansas

Game 1: Charlie Hurley, RHP (5-0, 6.14 ERA)

Game 2: Max Grubbs, RHP (4-4, 3.70 ERA)

Game 3: Lebarron Johnson Jr., RHP (2-4, 5.82 ERA)

Pierce is going with a trio of right-handers to face the No. 32 ranked team nationally in batting average (.306). Charlie Hurley gets the call for the Thursday night game to open the series against the Jayhawks. Hurley has won each of his last three starts, including last weekend's series finale win over UCF on May 12.

Max Grubbs and Lebarron Johnson Jr. round out Texas's projected starters for this weekend's series against the hot Kansas bats.

Betting odds for Texas baseball vs. Kansas in Game 1

Texas is a 1.5-run favorite in the series opener on May 16 against Kansas (per DraftKings Sportsbook). The moneyline favors Texas (-190) over Kansas (+145).

The over/under is 14 runs.

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