Kansas Jayhawks vs Texas Longhorns: times, how to watch on TV, stream online | NCAA college football
With both teams currently in a similar position, their conference clash looks to be every bit as exciting as it will be intense. It’s the Jayhawks vs Longhorns!
The Kansas Jayhawks will take on the Texas Longhorns at DKR Texas Memorial Stadium Austin, Texas on Saturday 30th, September 2023 in what promises to be an exciting Big 12 Conference contest. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. ET.
You can watch a live stream of the Kansas vs Texas game on FuboTV.
When does Kansas vs Texas kickoff?
The Big 12 Conference game between the Kansas Jayhawks and Texas Longhorns is set for Saturday 30th, September 2023 and kickoff is at the following times:
How to watch Kansas vs Texas?
If you’re watching on TV, then you can find Kansas vs Texas on the following channel:
You can also watch Kansas vs Texas live stream on FuboTV.
Kansas vs Texas: The lay of the land
In what will be the team’s first road game of the season - they open league play against BYU this Saturday, September 23rd - the Kansas Jayhawks will face the Texas Longhorns who are coming off of solid victories against No. 3 Alabama and Wyoming. Texas will also be in action this Saturday before taking on Kansas a week from now, as they will be playing against Baylor. Where the Jayhawks are concerned, they are 3-0 for the second straight season and have won seven consecutive games in the month of September.
On the other side of the divide, we’ve got the Longhorns who are also sitting on a 3-0 record and currently hold the No. 2 rank according to the latest AP 25, though they are positioned at No. 6 in the USA Today Coaches’ poll. It’s worth pointing out that where the head-to-head is concerned, Texas currently holds a 17-4 all-time record in the 22 games that the programs have played against each other, and they are also 9-1 when playing at DKR.
Kansas vs Texas: The Prediction
Given the aforementioned gap between the two teams when it comes to their head-to-head, logic would dictate that a bet on Texas would be a safe one. Even more so when you consider that their last meeting ended in a 55-14 victory, a veritable beat down you could say. With that said, stranger things have happened in football and will again. What’s our vote? Despite the intrigue of the unpredictable, we’re going with a Longhorns win.