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Viewers Guide for OSU-Kansas

Everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.



Oklahoma State (2-0) faces Kansas (0-2) on Saturday in its road-opener for 2020. The Cowboys opened as 21.5 point favorites but are now 22.5 point favorites, according to the sportsbook William Hill. It’s the largest margin they’ve been favored in all season.

The game kicks at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, and here’s everything you need to know to be prepared for action.

OSU vs. Kansas viewing information
  • Date, time: 2:30 p.m. CT, Saturday, Oct. 3
  • TV: ESPN
  • Streaming: WatchESPN (ESPN+ or cable subscription required)

On the ESPN broadcast, Dave Pasch, Mike Golic and Quint Kessenich will be on the call. The radio broadcast will be carried live on the Cowboy Radio Network with Dave Hunziker handling play-by-play, John Holcomb providing analysis and Robert Allen reporting from the sideline.

Pregame reading
Notable streaks and trends entering Saturday (via OSU athletics)
  • OSU is 22-8 in its past 30 games decided by fewer than 10 points.
  • OSU has scored on its opening drive in 16 of its past 24 games.
  • OSU is 26-3 in its past 29 games when leading at halftime, since Sept. 17, 2016.
  • OSU has outrushed its opponent in 30 of its past 42 games and in 32 of its past 45 games.
  • OSU has had at least one 100-yard receiver in 20 of its past 33 games.
  • OSU has had a 100-yard rusher in 30 of its past 42 games.
  • OSU has forced a turnover in 47 of its past 55 games and in 56 of its past 65 games, dating to 2015.
  • Since 2005, OSU is 38-3 when not committing a turnover.
  • Since 2008, OSU is 61-7 when winning the turnover battle.
  • OSU has won three straight overtime games.
  • Chuba Hubbard has rushed for at least 100 yards in 16 of his past 19 games. He also has a rushing touchdown in 16 of those 19 games.
  • Alex Hale has made all five of the first field-goal attempts of his career.
  • Dillon Stoner has at least one catch in 39 of his past 40 games.
  • Rodarius Williams has not allowed a yard in pass coverage this season.
  • OSU has scored on a play of at least 50 yards in seven of its past 11 games.
  • OSU has won 70 consecutive games when holding its opponent to fewer than 20 points, dating to Sept. 13, 2003  – the longest active streak in the FBS.

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