The Longhorn Network: How to watch on TV and online

Here’s all of the channel and live stream information you need to Hook ‘Em Horns on the Longhorn Network this season.

They say everything is bigger in Texas. So it makes all the sense in the world that the Texas Longhorns would get their own TV network. With 24/7 coverage featuring all 20 of UT’s sports and over 175 UT matchups, the Longhorn Network is a must have.

Tune into the Longhorn Network for pregame and postgame coverage with Texas GameDay, press conferences, and exclusive behind-the-scenes features. The Longhorn Network is available through most cable providers and is also available via live stream.

The University of Texas Longhorn football team starts the 2016 campaign with a huge matchup against No. 10 Notre Dame, a game that has been sold out for some time. Notre Dame is a four-point favorite to win, but the general consensus is that this is going to be a tight one. Texas will also debut their newest Longhorn mascot this year, Bevo XV, during the Sept. 4 game, where he’ll join a long line of Longhorn mascots who lead the charge to a UT victory.

Elsewhere, the Longhorn Network will cover several men’s and women’s basketball games, as well as nearly every women’s volleyball and soccer home match. Texas Volleyball has been a dominant force in the Big 12, and the team is 1-1 so far on the season with a big Labor Day weekend tournament on tap.

Here is the channel and live stream information you need to find the Longhorn Network so you can Hook ‘Em Horns:

Complete list of Longhorn Network providers

AT&T Uverse: 611 (SD) and 1611 (HD)

DirecTV: 677 (HD only)

Dish Network: 407 (SD only)

Time Warner: 1593 (HD) and 444 (SD) in Austin

Verizon FiOS: 79 (SD) and 579 (HD) in Texas, 320 (SD)

Longhorn Network is available to stream via WatchESPN and