Arkansas vs. Texas: Texas Bowl live stream, TV, time
The Arkansas Razorbacks (6-6) and the Texas Longhorns (6-6) meet in Houston on Monday, Dec. 29 for the Texas Bowl. Arkansas is coming off a loss to Missouri that ended a two-game winning streak. Texas lost its regular season finale to TCU, ending a three-game winning streak.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for the Texas Bowl are below:
Kickoff: 9 p.m. ET (Dec. 29)
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN
11/27: TCU 48, Texas 10
Texas had its three-game winning streak snapped by No. 5 TCU at home. Tyrone Swoopes' threw four interceptions as the Longhorns turned the ball over six times in the loss. Swoopes completed 20 of 34 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown, and he also rushed for 61 yards. TCU had 368 yards of total offense and returned a fumble and interception for touchdowns in the blowout.
11/15: Texas 28, Oklahoma State 7
The Longhorns won their third straight game and became bowl eligible with a win over Oklahoma State. Tyroone Swoopes threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns, and John Harris had nine catches for 117 yards and a score. Texas held Oklahoma State to just 192 yards of total offense.
11/8: Texas 33, West Virginia 16
Jonathan Gray ran for three touchdowns to lead the Longhorns past the Mountaineers for their second-straight victory. Tyrone Swoopes completed just 11 of 29 passes for 124 yards, one touchdown and one interception. It was the first time the Longhorns have won consecutive games under coach Charlie Strong.
11/28: Missouri 21, Arkansas 14
The Razorbacks squandered a 14-6 fourth quarter lead and had their two-game winning streak snapped by the Tigers. Brandon Allen completed 13 of 30 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns, one each to Keon Hatcher and Jonathan Williams. Alex Collins rushed for 59 yards, but his fumble late in the fourth quarter sealed the win for Missouri.
11/22: Arkansas 30, Ole Miss 0
Arkansas upset then-No. 8 Ole Miss by forcing six turnovers at home to win its second conference game of the season. Rohan Gaines returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown, and Brooks Ellis and Tevin Mitchel also had interceptions for the Razorbacks. Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins combined for 160 rushing yards and a touchdown to lead Arkansas on offense.
11/15: Arkansas 17, LSU 0
Arkansas upset then-No. 17 LSU to end its 17-game SEC losing streak, which included the first 13 games under coach Bret Bielema. Brandon Allen threw for 169 yards as the Razorbacks won despite have just 264 yards of total offense. Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins combined for 101 rushing yards and two touchdowns.