How to Watch Saturday’s Iowa State-Texas Football Game on Longhorn Network

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How to Watch Saturday’s Iowa State-Texas Football Game on Longhorn Network

One of only two ranked matchups in Week 12, No. 16 Iowa State at No. 15 Texas is set to be a showdown Saturday, Nov. 17 at Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium. Telecast live exclusively on Longhorn Network at 7 p.m. CT, fans not on the Forty Acres or surrounding areas can tune in on the following providers*:

These streaming providers offer instant access; availability varies by market:

Sony PlayStation Vue:

  • TX/OK: Second Package
  • AR, LA, NM: Third Package
  • National: Sports Package


  • TX: Second Package

Satellite packages that include LHN are:

Dish Network (Channel 407)

  • America’s Everything
  • America’s Top 120 Plus
  • America’s Top 200
  • America’s Top 250

Direct TV (Channel 677)

  • Direct TV Sports Pack

Other national carriers with Longhorn Network include:

  • AT&T U-Verse
  • Charter Spectrum
  • Cox
  • Frontier Communications
  • Google Fiber
  • Suddenlink
  • Verizon Fios

As always, Longhorn Network is available to stream via the ESPN App to authenticated subscribers. A full Longhorn Network provider list and LHN FAQs are available here.

Before kickoff and following the closing minutes of action Saturday, Texas GameDay and Texas GameDay Final, Longhorn Network’s signature pre- and post-game shows, will cover all the headlines and storylines before and after the teams take to the sidelines. Texas GameDay begins two hours prior to kick-off and Texas GameDay Final wraps up LHN’s game day coverage with post-game analysis immediately following the game. The Texas GameDay roster includes Lifetime Longhorns Ricky Williams, Jordan Shipley, and Michael Griffin, along with host Alex Loeb. Longhorn Network anchor Lowell Galindo and Lifetime Longhorn Ahmad Brooks will be calling the action with Kris Budden reporting from the sideline.

*availability and tier varies by market

About Longhorn Network
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Amanda Brooks

Amanda is the Director of Communications for ESPN College Football and SEC Network, and oversees publicity for college gymnastics and track & field across all ESPN networks. Amanda is a proud alum of Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., and earned her master's in ethics from Vanderbilt University. A native of Kent, Ohio, she is a die-hard Cleveland sports fan.
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