Fox Sports 1 to Televise Texas Longhorns Football

Fox Sports 1 will televise the Texas Longhorns football team this season, giving fans nationwide the opportunity to watch one of the most storied programs in the sport.

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Introduction

JasonWhitlock, Colin Cowherd, Mike Hall, and Joel Klatt to Call Games; Erin Andrews, Eddie George, Robert Smith, and Petros Papadakis to Serve as Analysts

What is Fox Sports 1?

Fox Sports 1 is a national 24-hour multi-sport cable network launched by Fox Sports on August 17, 2013. The network features extensively live sporting events and is also notable for its original sports-related programming.

What programming will be on Fox Sports 1?

Fox Sports 1 will televise live college football games from the Big 12, Pac-12 and Conference USA, as well as college basketball and live events such as UFC mixed martial arts events.

Fox Sports 1 to Televise Texas Longhorns Football

Fox Sports 1 will televise the Texas Longhorns’ home opener against New Mexico on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. CT, the network and school announced Thursday. This will be the first of two games Texas will have on Fox Sports 1 this season, as the Longhorns’ game against Oklahoma on Oct. 12 will also be carried by the network.

What games will be televised?

Texas Longhorns fans will be able to watch their team on television more often this season as Fox Sports 1 will televise two of the team’s games, it was announced Monday.

The Longhorns’ game against Oklahoma State on Sept. 21 and their game against TCU on Nov. 2 will both be televised on Fox Sports 1, which is available on most cable and satellite providers.

The announcement means that all of Texas’ games this season will be televised. The Longhorns’ game against Brigham Young on Aug. 31 will be televised on ESPN, their game against Mississippi on Sept. 14 will be televised on ABC or ESPN2 (the network has not yet announced which network will televise the game), their game against Kansas on Oct. 5 will be televised on the Longhorn Network, and their games against Iowa State (Oct. 26), West Virginia (Nov. 9) and Kansas State (Nov. 23) will be televised on either ABC or ESPN2.

When will the games be televised?

Fox Sports 1 will televise two Texas Longhorns football games in 2019, the network announced on Tuesday.

The Longhorns will appear on FS1 on Saturday, Sept. 14, when they host Louisiana State University at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, and again on Saturday, Sept. 28, when they travel to take on Oklahoma State University at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla.

Both games will kick off at 7 p.m. CT and will be available to stream live on the Fox Sports app.

How can I watch Fox Sports 1?

Starting this fall, Horn fans will be able to watch their favorite team on Fox Sports 1. The network will televise three Longhorn games this season, including the home opener against New Mexico State on Saturday, Sept. 7.

Fox Sports 1 is available on most major cable and satellite providers, as well as through streaming services such as Playstation Vue and Sling TV. For more information on how to watch Fox Sports 1, visit their website at foxsports.com/fox-sports-1.

Conclusion

After much speculation, it has been confirmed that Fox Sports 1 will televise Texas Longhorns football games beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a huge development for the Longhorns program, which has long been one of the most popular teams in college football. The move to Fox Sports 1 will give the Longhorns increased exposure and should help them attract even more fans from across the country.

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