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Oklahoma State-Texas Tech: Broadcasting Information for Saturday’s Game

Here’s how to watch, listen or stream Saturday’s game.

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It’s been a bit of a broadcasting rollercoaster for Oklahoma State this season. Two weeks ago, Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler — ESPN’s A-list team — was on the call for OSU-Texas. Then last week, on ESPN+, it was upside down microphones, a red-zone outage and … a not-so-great telecast. This week should be better.

The Saturday game between OSU and Texas Tech in Lubbock will be carried by FS1, and a more recognizable announcing crew will be on hand: Brian Custer and Robert Smith. Custer’s been with FOX since 2014, while Smith has been with FOX since 2016 after a brief stint with ESPN. The game is scheduled to kick off at 11 a.m. CST.

As for radio, the Cowboy Radio Network broadcast is, as always, the place to go. Dave Hunziker and John Holcomb will be on the call for that, with Robert Allen reporting from the sideline. The broadcast can be streamed through the TuneIn Radio app.

If you’re in a spot where you want/need to stream the game, Fox Sports Go (and the Fox Sports Go app on mobile/iPad) is your place to go.

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