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How to (not) Watch Kansas Jayhawks Football vs Texas Longhorns

It’s actually pretty easy - if you have cable, you probably don’t have LHN, so, yay! You don’t have to watch it!

Texas v Kansas Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images

Somehow, Sheahon Zenger is still the athletic director at Kansas. I’m honestly not sure how. He was hired to fix football, and here we are seven years later and not only are we BY FAR the worst team in the Big 12 and the worst P5 team overall, we would be the next-to-worst team in the Mountain West.

I mean... Wow.

Anyway, there are still three football games left, so never say it can’t get any worse, because it’s about to.

Reminder that a fluke win over Texas last year is David Beaty’s ONLY win over an FBS program.

Kansas is coming off a 38-9 loss to Baylor in Lawrence. That would be previously winless Baylor, who statistically had the worst defense in the Big 12 in yards per game before they ran into KU.

Texas, meanwhile, is coming off a 24-7 loss at TCU, and will no doubt be ready to avenge the extremely embarrassing loss in Lawrence last year.

Here are the essentials:

The Numbers

Texas: 4-5, 3-3

Kansas: 1-8, 0-6

Line: Texas -33.5

How to Watch

Nov 11, 5:00 p.m. CDT

Austin, TX: Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119)


- Dave Stewart (Play-by-Play), Johnny Beck (Analyst)

- Kansas City Metro: Spectrum 30, 323, 324; Comcast 68, 258, 913

- State of Kansas: Cox 22, 2022

- Nationwide: AT&T U-Verse 1777; DirecTV 691

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), David Lawrence (Analyst), Josh Klingler (Reporter)

- Ch 968

Online streaming: or the WatchESPN App

How to NOT Watch

Well if you have cable you probably don’t have to worry about it anyway - not many people have LHN. Although I guess this actually won’t be blacked out in Kansas? I’m not sure on that, but if it isn’t, yet another reason to #FireZenger. Go rake some leaves or something. Take the wife out to a nice dinner. She deserves it.