Kansas Jayhawks Live Stream: Three Keys Vs Texas Longhorns


We have your Kansas Jayhawks live stream information here for the 2014 Big 12 Conference opener, at home against the Texas Longhorns. The Kansas Jayhawks (2-1) played much better in their win against the Central Michigan Chippewas.

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  • Who: Texas Longhorns (1-2)
  • Where: Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kansas
  • Kickoff Time: 3:00 PM (Central time)
  • TV Channel: Fox Sports One
  • Kansas Jayhawks Live Stream: Fox Sports GO

The Kansas Jayhawks live stream is on Fox Sports GO for those who subscribe to any cable or dish package that includes Fox Sports. To watch a game on Fox Sports GO, you have to download their app. No worries, though – it is a quick and easy process. Enjoy the Kansas Jayhawks live stream action against the Texas Longhorns!


The Jayhawks have played the Longhorns 11 times as members of the Big 12. Kansas has won exactly ZERO. Never has Kansas caught the Texas at a time when the Longhorns look to be on the ropes a bit.

Texas has lost two straight games, albeit against good opponents – BYU and UCLA. The Jayhawks are nowhere near as good as these Top 25 teams.

If Kansas is ever going to have a chance to beat Texas, this may be it. Send the Longhorns back to Austin reeling a bit. Take advantage of a team in transition.

Make no doubt about it. Kansas will have to play their best football of the season to beat Texas. This game might show just what the Jayhawks are made of.

In the first game against Southeast Missouri, Kansas scored 24points in the first quarter, and 10 the rest of the way.

Against Duke, there wasn’t any offense at all.

Last week, against Central Michigan, the Jayhawks got 74 yards on their first play from Tony Pierson for a touchdown, then did very little before scoring twice in the fourth quarter.

That can’t happen again against a defense that may be better than the 1-2 record. Kansas needs to be able to run the ball effectively to create the space for Montell Cozart to throw the ball on target.

Cozart was much better last week, relying on quick, short passes to find his rhythm. Kansas must remain consistently good on offense all game to maintain pressure on the Texas defense.

Against the Southeast Missouri, the Jayhawks created plays on defense. Against Central Michigan, the big plays came on offense. There weren’t any against Duke.

In order to have a chance at Texas, the Jayhawks must create some big plays on both sides of the ball. They have shown they have play makers on offense and defense, and these players really need to step it up in this one.

If the Kansas can create some turnovers, break some big touchdowns, and stay in the game, maybe something special can emerge from this game.

Kansas looks to have more overall talent than in recent seasons, but they have to play big against the Big Boys. They have to beat a team like Texas to get the attention of the Big 12.