The No. 3 Texas Longhorns (4-0) and No. 24 Kansas Jayhawks (4-0), Big 12 rivals, will clash at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday, September 30, 2023. We have more info below, and that includes how to watch this game on Fubo.
How to Watch Texas vs. Kansas
- Game Date: Saturday, September 30, 2023
- Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
- TV: ABC
- Live Stream: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
Texas and Kansas Stats
- Texas, on average, scores 12.2 more points (35.0) than Kansas allows (22.8).
- The Longhorns are 2-2 against the spread and 4-0 overall in games when they record more than 22.8 points.
- This season Kansas has forced seven turnovers, compared to the three times Texas has turned the ball over.
- Kansas has averaged 25.3 more points scored this season (37.8) than Texas has allowed (12.5).
- In games where the Jayhawks score more than 12.5 points this season, they are 4-0 overall and 2-2 against the spread.
- Texas has forced three more turnovers this year (7) than Kansas has committed (4).
Texas Players to Watch
- Quinn Ewers has thrown for 1,033 yards while completing 64.3% of his passes (72-for-112), with nine touchdowns and zero interceptions (258.3 yards per game).
- Jonathon Brooks has taken 65 attempts for a team-leading 379 rushing yards (94.8 YPG) and three touchdowns. He’s also caught four passes for 64 yards with one touchdown through the air.
- So far this season CJ Baxter has rushed for 90 yards (22.5 per game), with one touchdown.
- Ja’Tavion Sanders has been targeted 24 times and has 12 catches, leading his team with 268 yards (67.0 ypg) while also scoring one touchdown.
- Xavier Worthy has contributed with 252 yards, on 19 catches plus three touchdowns. He averages 63.0 receiving yards per game.
- Adonai Mitchell is averaging 45.0 yards per game, with 12 catches for 180 yards and three touchdowns.
- Ethan Burke has 2.5 sacks to lead the team, and has also collected 4.0 TFL and 10 tackles.
- Jaylan Ford leads the team in both tackles and interceptions, totaling 18 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and two interceptions over the course of the current campaign.
Kansas Players to Watch
- Jalon Daniels has 705 passing yards (176.3 per game) with a 74.7% completion percentage (56-for-75), throwing for five touchdowns with one interception. He also has 74 rushing yards on 27 carries.
- Devin Neal has rushed for a team-high 394 yards on 57 carries (98.5 yards per game) and five touchdowns. He also has 145 receiving yards on 11 catches and one touchdown.
- Daniel Hishaw Jr. has rushed for 235 yards on 33 carries (58.8 yards per game), with three touchdowns on the ground.
- Lawrence Arnold has hauled in 18 catches for 246 yards, best on his team. He averages 61.5 receiving yards per game.
- Luke Grimm has chipped in with 13 catches for 175 yards and three touchdowns this year. He has been targeted 17 times, and puts up 43.8 receiving yards.
- Quentin Skinner has 173 receiving yards on 12 receptions (17 targets).
- This season Austin Booker leads the team with 3.5 sacks and has added 4.0 TFL and 11 tackles.
- Kenny Logan Jr. has totaled 24 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and one interception, and he’s tops on his team in tackles.
- In terms of picks, Kwinton Lassiter leads the team with two interceptions this season and has added four tackles and two passes defended.