How to watch Texas vs. Washington in Sugar Bowl
Texas and Washington will meet in the Sugar Bowl for a chance to play in the national championship game. The unbeaten and second-seeded Huskies are Pac-12 champions and led by Heisman Trophy runner-up Michael Penix Jr. at quarterback. Quarterback Quinn Ewers and the Longhorns won the Big 12 title. The winner will advance to the national title game Jan. 8 in Houston against either Alabama or Michigan, who play each other in the Rose Bowl.
The two teams also met in the postseason last year with Washington beating the Longhorns 27-20 in the Alamo Bowl. The stakes are much bigger this time around. It’s the first time Texas has made the College Football Playoff and Washington’s second appearance (2016).
Here’s how to watch Texas vs. Washington:
The game is Monday, Jan. 1, with kickoff at 8:45 p.m. Eastern.
ESPN will broadcast the game.
Viewers whose services includes ESPN or ESPN+ can watch on the network’s streaming platforms. Other streaming services include: Fubo, Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM and Hulu + Live TV.
The Sugar Bowl is at the Super Dome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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