The Texas football spring game will take place on Saturday, April 21. A look at how to watch it online and how to check it out on TV.
On Saturday night, the Texas football program will take the field for its annual spring game. It starts Tom Herman’s second season as head coach after he led the Longhorns to a bowl game in 2017. Pressure will be on him, though, for more success in 2018, so let’s see how everything starts for him in the Orange-White game.
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The quarterback position will be in question for the spring game. Shane Buechele and Sam Ehlinger will vie for the starting job after both had stints in the 2017 season. Neither stood out, though, due to inconsistent play and injuries, so the battle remains in 2018. Will either have a strong showing to separate themselves?
Freshman players will be on their tails, however, as Casey Thompson and Cameron Rising potentially receive time on Saturday night. Strong performances from either one could put pressure on the incumbents, making for an interesting evening.
The running back position remains in flux, as well. Multiple players will be up for carries, including Chris Warren III, Daniel Young and Toneil Carter. No one stood out in 2017, so Herman must sort through the backfield to find a potential starter for the fall. Will someone emerge in this intrasquad contest?
Details on how to watch the Texas football spring game are below. This includes the start time, TV info, live stream and more:
Date: Saturday, April 21
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Austin, TX
Venue: Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
TV Info: Longhorn Network
Live Stream: Start a free 7-day trial to watch on Fubo TV I WatchESPN
The Texas spring game can be seen on ESPN’s Longhorn Network. WatchESPN will also host a stream, so viewers that do not have the Longhorn Network are able to see the Orange and White go to battle on the gridiron. Which side will walk out victoriously?