DALLAS (AP) - The Longhorn Network has added a major television provider just in time for its second season of Texas football.
AT&T Inc. said Friday it was carrying the network with its U-Verse TV service. The company said customers would have the network in time for Saturday night’s season opener against Wyoming.
The Longhorn Network is also carrying the Longhorns’ second game Sept. 8 at home against New Mexico. It isn’t known whether the network will get more games this season.
AT&T said the network would be available on computers and mobile devices at a later date.
Financial terms of AT&T’s deal weren’t disclosed. The Longhorn Network is a 20-year, $300 million partnership between ESPN and Texas athletics.
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