What channel is the Kansas basketball game on today? How to watch Longhorns vs. Jayhawks

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The Kansas basketball team received a week-long rest after defeating Oklahoma on the road last Saturday. Bill Self and the Jayhawks will look to maintain their undefeated home record today when they encounter the Texas Longhorns.

Texas is projected to make the tournament right now with a 17-9 record and a 6-7 conference record. They hold some impressive victories, such as TCU and Oklahoma on the road and Baylor at home. However, Rodney Terry's group has not been consistent in league play, dropping four games in the Moody Center since last month.

When on the road, Kansas has played like one of the worst teams in the Big 12, but they have defended their home court with a 14-0 record in Allen Fieldhouse. They will look to tack on another in the win column today in the final regular season meeting between these two schools before Texas departs for the SEC.

If you're wondering when and where to watch the game this afternoon, stay to find out how you can view it on your TV or stream it online.

What channel is Oklahoma vs. Kansas basketball on?

Fans will be able to watch the game on ESPN after the contest between North Carolina and Virginia finishes. The Jayhawks are set to air at 5:00 p.m. CT, but it could be after that if the previous game runs late.

Channel: ESPN | Fubo TV

How can I stream Oklahoma vs. Kansas basketball?

With the link provided above, you can use Watch ESPN to view the game. It is a streaming service compatible with computers, tablets, and more. The ESPN app can be downloaded on phones for streaming as well.

Fans can also sign up for a free trial with Fubo TV using the link below. As long as you cancel the trial before your seven days are up, you will get access to hundreds of channels for multiple days at no cost!