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How to watch Texas vs. TCU: Game time, TV, live streaming, and more

Everything the burnt orange nation needs to know to follow along as the Longhorns take on the Horned Frogs.

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The Texas Longhorns have stated all season that their primary goal is to compete for a Big 12 championship, and that journey starts this week against the TCU Horned Frogs.

This game may come down to which sophomore quarterback is able to turn in a better performance, Texas’s Sam Ehlinger or TCU’s Shawn Robinson. Ehlinger struggled with consistency a year ago, but may have solved the problem, turning in three 200-yard, two-touchdown performances through three games. TCU’s Shawn Robinson yardage totals have grown week-to-week, but threw two interceptions against Ohio State and fumbled in the end zone.

Going 3-1 to start the season would be yet another milestone in the long Longhorns journey back to national prominence. Texas hasn’t started a season 3-1 since 2012, which was also the last time Texas managed to reach nine wins.

“I don’t think there is a guy on this team — they care about this year and they care about this week and they care about going 1-0 this week and that’s all the motivation they need, really.”

But, one thing about Gary — he knows how to keep his team from getting too high or too low.

All told, TCU has outscored Texas 153-33 over that stretch of four games, an average margin of 38-8. The Longhorns have only scored more than 13 points against the Horned Frogs once in that stretch — the 30-7 win in 2013.

Injury Report:

  • Sophomore OL Patrick Hudson (heat) — out
  • Junior LB - Malcolm Roach (foot) - out
  • Freshman LB/S DeMarvion Overshown (knee) — out
  • Junior C Zach Shackleford (foot) — doubtful
  • Senior WR John Burt (foot) — questionable
  • Freshman RB Keontay Ingram (knee) - Will play

How to Watch:

TV: Fox

Time: 3:30 p.m.

Radio: Texassports.com. Broadcasts are also available on Sirius 132, XM 199, and App Ch. 953

Online Streaming: Fox Sports Go

Odds: Texas +3.5

Weather: High of 83 degrees with a 80-percent chance of thunderstorms