2:30 pm CST.
Announcers: Brad Nessler Play-by-play, Gary Danielson Color with Allie LaForce on the sidelinesLivestreaming: CBSSports.com or the CBS Sports App
Chuck Barrett and Quinn Grovey (in his first season in the booth) will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)
On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 99 and XM 192.
This line opened at Arkansas (-1) and has moved all the way the other direction to TCU (-3) with an O/U of (58). I didn’t have a good feeling about this game last year and we won outright… I don’t have a good feeling about this game this year either, but am happy to be wrong. I’ll take the Horned Frogs to cover and probably the over as well.
79 degrees at kickoff and less than 5% chance of rain all day long. Can’t ask for much better travel, tailgate and football weather than this hog fans… although a sloppy field might’ve been a good thing against a speedy TCU team.
So last week was fun. Defense didn’t look awful, the 3-4 looked like something that might have some potential and those running backs… wow. We’ll just pretend like our best CB didn’t get injured and lost for the season and call it all positive.
I have to admit, renewing these old SWC games is really fun for me. They make far too much sense from a recruiting, proximity and alumni passion stand point (and hell, if we’d hadn’t let Texas A&M into the SEC we were doing a great job of winning most of them.). The keys to this game are very similar to those of last year. Put their QB in pressure situations to make bad decisions and don’t lose their speed guys for big plays. I’m worried that we’re in a worse place in both of those areas this year versus last year. I don’t have any thoughts of us getting blown out at our place, but we’re not going to strike fast against this team, but they may against us. If they are able to do that early, it may be trouble for the Hogs. Win or lose I can’t imagine it being a more exciting game than last year, but over here I’ll plan for the worst and hope for the best. Go Hogs!