What channel is the Missouri-Texas A&M football game on? How to watch, livestream Mizzou

Emery Glover
Columbia Daily Tribune

With Homecoming now in the rear view mirror, Missouri turns its attention to No. 18 Texas A&M this week. 

The Tigers held off North Texas last week to come away with a 48-35 victory to even their overall record to 3-3. This week, Mizzou will host Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies, who are looking to build off an upset win against top-ranked Alabama. 

Since the two teams first met in 1957, the series has been evenly matched. However, the Aggies hold an 8-7 all-time record over the Tigers. 

The last meeting between these two teams was back in 2014 at Kyle Field. Mizzou defeated Texas A&M 34-27

Saturday’s game will be televised on the SEC Network. Here’s how you can watch.

How to watch Missouri vs. Texas A&M

When: 11 a.m. CT, Saturday, October 16

TV: SEC Network 

Online livestream: WatchESPN

Online radio: MUTigers.com

Radio: Tiger Radio Network

What channel is the SEC Network?

For DIRECTV subscribers, the SEC Network can be found on Channel 611. DISH subscribers can find the SEC Network on Channel 404. To find out if your service provider has the SEC Network, visit this website.