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Kansas @ Texas: How to Watch

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Think we have a chance?  Maybe Iowa State exposed the Longhorns, and the Jayhawks can capitalize?  I guffaw at thee.

The Game

Kansas (0-8, 0-5) travels to Austin to face Texas (3-5, 2-3).  Kansas hasn't beat Texas since 1938, and the Longhorns hold a 12-2 all-time series advantage.

The Odds

The Jayhawks are 28-point underdogs, with an over/under of 52.


Saturday, November 7, at 7 PM from Darrell K. Royal Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119).


Tickets are still available from the Texas Athletic office.  At the time of this writing, tickets are available on the secondary market (I checked StubHub) starting at $40.  For front-row sideline seats you're looking at $335 per.


This game is being broadcast on the Longhorn Network.  As has happened in the past, LHN is allowing KUAthletics to use the video feed but provide their own announcers, so the game will also be shown in Kansas on the Jayhawk Television Network.  It looks like in the KC area, you need either Time Warner, Comcast, or Cox.  As far as I can tell, it is not available on ESPN3, so check your local listings.


The Jayhawk Radio Network (affiliates) will have the call again, with Bob Davis (play-by-play), David Lawrence (analyst), and Nate Bukaty (sidelines) bringing you the action.  You can also listen online for free at  Should you be traveling out-of-state, it's available on SiriusXM 202.  In Texas, check out the listing of Texas Radio Network Affiliates.


If you have a cable subscription to a company that carries LHN, you may be able to stream through WatchESPN. You can also try the Longhorn Network website, but again, it appears you have to have a subscription through a participating provider.