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Dan Orlovsky, Bob Wischusen, Kris Budden on Call for OSU-WVU on Saturday

OSU’s game will be carried Saturday afternoon on ESPN.



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Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. kickoff in Morgantown between No. 11 Oklahoma State and West Virginia will be carried on ESPN and broadcast by a star-studded cast led by veteran Bob Wischusen, budding star Dan Orlovsky and Kris Budden, the network announced this week.

Orlovsky was in the NFL as a quarterback for a decade playing primarily with the Detroit Lions before ESPN in 2019 tabbed him as one of its football experts because of his Xs and Os knowledge covering college football and the NFL. Wischusen has been with the network since 2005 and Budden — who was previously with FOX Sports — has been covering the sport with ESPN since 2015.

If you’re unable to watch the game live or on streaming it will also be carried live on the Cowboy Radio Network. Dave Hunziker will handle play-by-play, John Holcomb will provide analysis and Robert Allen will be reporting from the sideline. You can also listen to the broadcast for free through The Varsity Network app if you’re outside the Cowboy Radio Network. (You can find the full station list here.)

OSU is only a field goal favorite over West Virginia on Saturday but it has won six straight matchups vs. the Mountaineers, including three straight in Morgantown.

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