Longhorn Network, ESPN’s 24-hour network devoted to the University of Texas, once again has Texas Exes and Longhorn football faithful covered all the live long day as LHN returns its full football programming slate in 2019. The fall lineup is highlighted by Texas Football All Access, the debut of 1969, as well as Texas GameDay and Texas GameDay Final, airing before and after each UT football game.
All Access is Back with Bi-Weekly Episodes
In partnership with Texas Athletics, LHN returns its in-season behind-the-scenes show titled All Access, which airs bi-weekly during football season, with LHN’s first two shows debuting during Texas’ fall camp in August. The half-hour documentary show gives unprecedented access to the Longhorns as they enter year three under Tom Herman, including mic-ups of players and coaches, film sessions, off-the-field access and in-depth in-game coverage.
|Wed, Aug 14||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Aug 28||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Sept 11||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Sept 25||9 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Oct 9||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Oct 23||9 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Nov 6||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Nov 20||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
|Wed, Dec 4||7 p.m.||Texas Football All Access|
1969 Documentary Slated for Aug. 23
This Longhorn Network documentary covers one of the most extraordinary seasons in Texas football history. From the highs of winning a national championship to the tragic lows of losing a beloved teammate to cancer, LHN sits down with former players and coaches via never before seen interviews and archival footage capturing the 1969 season. Through the voices of James Street, Darrell Royal, Steve Worster, and more, LHN follows the Texas Longhorns on their path to winning their second National Championship in school history. 1969 debuts at 7 p.m. CT Friday, Aug. 23 on LHN.
Advance press screeners of 1969 are available upon request. Please email Amanda Brooks at [email protected].
Texas GameDay and Texas GameDay Final Set for Ninth Season
Texas GameDay and Texas GameDay Final, Longhorn Network’s signature pre- and post-game shows, return Saturday, Aug. 31, when the Longhorns open their season on LHN against Louisiana Tech. Texas GameDay begins two hours prior to kick-off and Texas GameDay Final wraps up LHN’s game day coverage with post-game analysis immediately following each game. The Texas GameDay roster includes Ricky Williams, Jordan Shipley, Michael Griffin and Dan Neil, along with host Lowell Galindo and reporter Alex Loeb.
New this year, the Texas GameDay set will be placed outside the west exterior of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium for home games, taking in the sights and sounds of Bevo Blvd., the action-filled pre-game street party. After the first hour of the show, the Texas GameDay team will move to a field set inside DKR with exclusive sideline access as they continue their pre-game analysis ahead of kickoff.
Weekly Football Programming Returns in Full Force
Longhorn Network’s weekly slate of college football programming will begin each Monday, at noon, with a live Texas Football Press Conference with Coach Tom Herman. Beginning Sept. 2 and continuing each Monday, Lowell Galindo will sit down with Coach Herman at the Longhorn Network studios to break down the most recent matchup on Rewind with Tom Herman at 7 p.m.
On Tuesday nights throughout the season at 8 p.m., Texas Football Overdrive will provide a one-hour enhanced replay of the most recent game. Each wrap-up will provide added perspective from coaches and players. Debuting Aug. 29, the Longhorn Weekly with Tom Herman radio show will air every Thursday night during the 2019 season.
|Monday||Noon||Texas Football Press Conference|
|7 p.m.||Rewind with Tom Herman|
|Tuesday||8 p.m.||Texas Football Overdrive|
|Thursday||8 p.m.||Longhorn Weekly with Tom Herman|
|Saturday||TBD||Texas GameDay (two hours prior to kickoff)|
|TBD||Texas GameDay Final (Immediately following the game)|
Texas Football on LHN
Longhorn Network will televise two Texas football games this season, beginning with the Longhorns’ matchup with Louisiana Tech on Aug. 31. Lowell Galindo and Ahmad Brooks will call game action, with Taylor Davis providing sideline reporting for Week 1. Details surrounding the second televised game will be announced in the coming days, and 2019 marks the ninth year that LHN has exclusively televised select Texas football games.
|Sat, Aug. 31||7 p.m.||vs. Louisiana Tech|
About Longhorn Network
ESPN has a 20-year agreement to own and operate a year-round, 24-hour network dedicated to Texas athletics in partnership with UT and IMG College. Longhorn Network offers a variety of content, highlighted by more than 175 exclusive events annually from 20 sports, original series and studio shows, historical programming and academic and cultural happenings.
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