ESPN is making its Longhorn Network a bit more enticing for potential distributors.
LHN will televise two of the Longhorns’ first three games this fall — the Aug. 31 season opener against New Mexico State and the Sept. 14 game against Mississippi, both at Royal-Memorial Stadium, both at 7 p.m.. A third game, Texas vs. Kansas on Nov. 2, also may be carried as well; a Kansas athletic department official told the American-Statesman last week that discussions are ongoing.
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PAST LHN GAMES
The Longhorn Network has carried five Texas games over the past two years:
2011;Texas 34, Rice 9;101,624
2011;Texas 43, Kansas 0;99,211
2012;Texas 37, Wyoming 17;101,142
2012;Texas 45, New Mexico 0;100,990
2012;Texas 33, Iowa State 7;100,018