How To Watch, Listen No. 20 Texas Longhorns vs No. 15 Iowa State; Preview

A pair of Top-25 teams will lockhorns in Big 12 conference action on Friday when the No. 20 Texas Longhorns and No. 15 Iowa State face-off at DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Below is how you can watch live coverage of the game.

No. 20 Texas (5-2; 4-2 Big 12) vs. No 15 Iowa State (6-2; 6-1 Big 12)

Game time for this encounter is slated for 12:00 p.m. ET and ABC network will provide the live television coverage and you can also go to WatchESPN.com or use the App for live streaming. Listen Live Radio Streaming | How To Follow Live Game Stats

ABC network game callers will be Matt Barrie, Mike Golic Jr. and Kris Budden. Meanwhile, Longhorn IMG Radio Network will provide live radio coverage.

Texas and Iowa State are set to meet for the 18th time in program history, with the Longhorns leading the all-time Series 14-3 and holds a healthy 8-1 record when the programs battle at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. This will be the 10th time they will be clashing in Austin.

After dropping back-to-back games against TCU and Oklahoma, Texas enters this game on a three-game winning streak, including the 17-13 victory last time out over West Virginia.

With a 6-1 record in league action this season, Iowa State lead the Big 12 Conference Standings for the first time in school history and will be hoping to maintain its advantage with another victory on Friday.

Like Texas, the Cyclones head into this game on a three-game winning run, following the lone league loss to then-No. 6 Oklahoma State on October 24.

Iowa State has already equaled the program’s record for conference wins in a season, which was set in 2018 when the team went 6-3 in league play, but the travelers are confident about improve that mark at the end of the regular season.

A key figure to look out for in today’s game for the Cyclones is sophomore running back Breece Hall, who has rushed for over 100 yards in all eight games thus far this season, which is leads the NCAA. Hall’s 1,169 yards rushing is also No. 1 nationally.

He is poised to test a Texas defense that is allowing 117.9 yards rushing this season.

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