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How to Watch Texas Longhorns Live March Madness 2024

Stream the Longhorns without the high costs cable charges

NCAA Basketball: Big 12 Conference Tournament Second Round- Texas vs Kansas State
Credit: William Purnell-USA TODAY Sports

This post was written in partnership with Sling TV.

The Texas Longhorns possess the depth and talent to make a deep run during March Madness. If you want to stream Texas games live without the high costs of cable, we’ve got you covered. We’ll explain which channels broadcast Longhorns games and which live TV streaming services are the best fit for you. 

Where can you Stream Texas Longhorns March Madness Games?

Stream the Longhorns games live on TBS, TNT, TruTV, and CBS this month. With this in mind, here are the channels each streaming service has to catch all the action. 

ChannelSling TVDIRECTV
Hulu + Live TVYouTube TVMaxFuboParamount Plus

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on Sling TV (Our preferred service)

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Orange & Blue$5546+No

The only thing Sling TV is missing this March Madness season is CBS. A simple workaround is to buy a digital antenna to stream games on local channels. Overall, Sling TV offers the least expensive way to stream majority of the NCAA tournament this year.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on DIRECTV STREAM 

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial

DIRECTV STREAM leaves nothing up to buzzer beaters this tournament season. With full coverage of every channel needed to broadcast March Madness, you won’t have any questions about coverage. You’ll also have an extended channel list once the tournament has come to a conclusion.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on Hulu + Live TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Live TV Only$75.9990+No
Hulu + Live TV$76.9990+No
Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV$89.9990+No

Hulu + Live TV combines the convenience of streaming Texas games live with having access to on-demand content from Hulu, ESPN Plus, and Disney Plus. With access to every channel needed this tournament season you’ll be able to relax knowing you have everything you’ll need to watch the Longhorns live.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on YouTube TV

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Base Plan$72.99110+Yes

Another service that has full coverage of March Madness is YouTube TV. With plenty of add-on options to customize your plan you won’t be in any shortage of content to watch once the tournament is over. Don’t forget about unlimited cloud DVR storage so you can rewatch your favorite moments from the tournament.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on Max

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
With Ads$9.99 B/R SportsNo
Ad-Free$15.99B/R SportsNo
Ultimate Ad-Free$19.99B/R SportsNo

Max is hooking you up this “holiday” season (Yes, some people celebrate March Madness). With access to TBS, TNT, and TruTV with their B/R Sports add-on you’ll be able to watch almost every March Madness game at a low cost.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on Fubo

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Pro$79.99 169+Yes

Fubo, while a great streaming service, comes up just a bit short on March Madness content. Missing TBS, TNT, and TruTV from it’s channel list, look to pair this service with an option like Sling TV or Max to complete coverage this March.

Watch Texas Longhorns Basketball on Paramount Plus

PlanCost per MonthChannels Free Trial
Essential$5.99 20+Yes
With SHOWTIME$11.9920+Yes

Paramount Plus grants subscribers the CBS channel this March. To watch the entire tournament think about pairing Paramount Plus with Sling TV or Max to complete your coverage of the NCAA Tournament.


Where can I watch the Longhorn game?

Stream Texas Longhorns games on ESPN, CBS, and the Longhorn Network. The best streaming services to consider that carry these channels are Sling TV and DIRECTV STREAM. 

Does Peacock show college basketball?

Yes, Peacock does stream college basketball games. However, it won’t be helpful for Texas fans since Peacock streams Big Ten contests. 

What happened to the Longhorn Network?

With Texas moving to the SEC in the summer of 2024, the Longhorn Network winds down. Starting in the fall of 2024, many of Texas’s basketball games will air on the SEC Network.

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