Texas A&M vs Sam Houston State Live

Texas A&M vs Sam Houston State: Stream, broadcast info for September 3rd

The Texas A&M Aggies play the Sam Houston State Bearkats on Saturday, September 3rd, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.


The Aggies enter the 2022 season ranked #7 in the USA Today coaches poll, with newly named starting quarterback Haynes King ready to lead the team on what they hope will be a national championship run. Speaking of national championships, the Bearkats won the FCS national title in 2020, and made another run to the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs in 2021, and added 9 transfers from the FBS level for 2022, including safety B.J. Foster, a top-40 national prospect from the 2018 class, and 2018 top-200 wide receiver Al’vonte Woodard, both from the University of Texas.

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: September 3rd
  • Time: Noon ET
  • TV Channel: SEC Network
  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

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Week 0 of the 2022 college football season is behind us, and we are on the doorstep of week 1.

The #7 ranked Texas A&M Aggie’s 2022 season kicks off at Kyle Field against Sam Houston State on Saturday, Sept. 3rd at 11:00 AM Central on the SEC Network. For fans unfamiliar with the Bearkats in recent years, they are one of the more dominant teams at the FCS level, winning the FCS Title during the 2020 season.

As current members of the WAC, Sam Houston State is preparing its transition to the FBS level while joining Conference USA for the 2023 season and beyond. One interesting fact between the two programs is the 12-0 record the Aggies hold in their matchup history, with their last game occurring during the 2013 season, where the then Johnny Manziel-led offense obliterated the Bearkats 65-28. Led by longtime head coach K.C. Keeler, Sam Houston State finished the 2021 season with an 11-1 record, with their lone loss coming in the quarterfinal playoff matchup against Montana State.

For the Aggies, after announcing that redshirt sophomore Haynes King will be the starting quarterback this season, in addition to the talented 2022 recruiting class making their season debuts, this Saturday’s matchup brings a litany of storylines, and here are a few to prepare you for Week 1 of Texas A&M’s 2022 football season.

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