Texas coach Mack Brown once welcomed the Longhorn Network. Now he sounds like he’d rather do without it. Brown says he “didn’t ask for” the network
The Big 12 has reached an agreement with ESPN and Fox Sports on a 13-year contract reportedly worth $2.6 billion to televise football and men’s basketball through 2024-25.
The Longhorn Network has added a major television provider just in time for its second season of Texas football. AT&T said it would carry the network with its U-Verse TV service.
The Longhorn Network will carry two Texas football games again this season, though not any Big 12 contests.
How badly do Big 12 schools that aren’t located in Austin want to keep their games off of the Longhorn Network? So badly that they would consider playing only 11 games in 2012 rather than be on it.
Six months after it launched, the Longhorn Network is still struggling to be seen.
Oklahoma officials say they don’t understand how a proposed Big 12 Network could work considering that Texas already has an independent channel and the Sooners are working on one of their own.
The Longhorn Network will not show high school game highlights under an agreement approved by leaders of the Big 12, including Texas.
The Big 12’s most powerful members are trying to find ways to live together again after weeks of hurtling toward a break up.
Oklahoma and Texas teamed up to turn the Big 12 into one of the nation’s foremost conferences. Now, the league’s fate rests in their hands.
Texas A&M is upset about UT’s new Longhorn Network. But UT says the Aggies had a chance to create a TV network with the Longhorns years ago and didn’t want to.
The Longhorn Network has its first national carrier. Verizon announced it will carry the ESPN-backed network for its FiOS TV subscribers.