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TV Crew, Betting Lines for Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia

Can the Cowboys keep up their winning ways? See what oddsmakers think.



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The Cowboys are headed to the country roads to keep a couple of streaks alive.

Oklahoma State will look to keep up its recent momentum after back-to-back home wins over Kansas State and Kansas, by going to a place they’ve (recently) belonged. The Cowboys have won four straight at West Virginia, and haven’t lost there since 2013.

Of course, this is part of the potential 2023 revenge tour for the Cowboys. West Virginia handed OSU a disappointing, rainy day 24-19 defeat on Senior Day in Stillwater last season. But it’s a new year, and the Cowboys appear to be turning the page after early stumbles against South Alabama and Iowa State.

West Virginia is fresh off a dramatic (and disappointing) loss to Houston, which means both teams will enter this game at 2-1 in conference play inhabiting that logjam that is the second tier of the Big 12. If things go crazy up top with Oklahoma or Texas, both the Cowboys and Mountaineers have plenty to play for.

The forecast in Morgantown calls for cool and rainy on Saturday. Will the Cowboys get to hand the Mountaineers their own rain-soaked defeat?

Here’s a look at how to watch, how to bet (if you’re so inclined) and who’s calling the action.

Game information

• RadioCowboy Radio Network or TuneIn
• PFB ForumThread for West Virginia
• Game day: Saturday, Oct. 21
• Kick time: 2:30 p.m. CT
• Location: Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia
• Stadium capacity: 60,000

Gambling information (via BetMGM)

• Spread: WVU -3.5
• Over/under: 50.5 points
• Oklahoma State money line: +145

Broadcast information

ESPN’s crew consists of Mike Monaco, Robert Griffin III and Kris Budden. On the Cowboy Radio Network, you’ll get your normal play-by-play from Dave Hunziker with John Holcomb providing the analysis. Robert Allen is manning the sideline.

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