The Longhorns eased to victory in Week 4 with a 38-6 win over the Baylor Bears and have shown to be one of the most dominant college football teams on defense, holding their opponents to a total of 50 points in the past four games. Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers showcased his talent in the victory over Baylor and is still trying to keep his name in the Heisman conversation.
The Jayhawks quarterback Jalon Daniels continues to show that he is a solid leader, completing 14 out of 19 pass attempts with three touchdowns and playing a crucial role in his team's 38-27 win over BYU in Week 4.
No. 3 Texas will host No. 24 Kansas in Austin for a must-watch game and will kick off at 3:30 p.m., ET, on ABC and ESPN+.
How to watch No. 3 Texas vs. No. 24 Kansas, TV and streaming:
No. 3 Texas vs. No. 24 Kansas will kick off at 3:30 p.m., ET, on ABC and ESPN+.
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Notable football players and injury news:
Longhorns’ DL Kris Ross (injured) is out for Week 5
Longhorns’ IOL Cole Hutson (injured) is out for Week 5
Jayhawks’ RB Billy Conaway (injured) is out for the season
NCAA Odds Week 5: No. 3 Texas vs. No. 24 Kansas Lines, betting trends:
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Spread Favorite: Texas (-17)
Moneyline: Texas (-950), Kansas (+625)
Total: 62.5 points
Texas Longhorns football 2023 schedule and results:
Week 1: Texas 37-10 Rice, Final
Week 2: Texas 34-24 Alabama, Final
Week 3: Texas 31-10 Wyoming, Final
Week 4: Texas 38-6 Baylor, Final
Week 5: September 30: Texas vs. Kansas, 3:30 p.m., ET, ABC
Week 6: October 7: Texas vs. Oklahoma, 12:00 p.m., ET, ABC
Week 7: October 21: Texas vs. Houston, TBD
Week 8: October 28: Texas vs. BYU, TBD
Week 9: November 4: Texas vs. Kansas State, TBD
Week 10: November 11: Texas vs. TCU, TBD
Week 11: November 18:Texas vs. Iowa State, TBD
Week 12: November 24: Texas vs. Texas Tech, 6:30 p.m., ET, ABC
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