How to Watch Cal v. Oregon State Football: Live Stream, TV Channel, Prediction
How to watch the Cal v. Oregon State college football game
The California Golden Bears (2-5, 1-3 Pac-12) take on the Oregon State Beavers (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12) in a last-meets-first-place inter-division contest on Saturday, Oct. 30.
Oregon State, which currently sits at the top of the Pac-12 North division, has beaten California in the last two match-ups.
And the Beavers’ offense, which leads the conference in scoring with an average of 35.1 points per game, will look to make it three in a row.
Oregon State’s offense has rushed for 200 or more yards in the last six games, and running back B.J. Baylor will be the player to watch.
Baylor has run for 100 yards in each of the last four games and ranks sixth nationally for rushing yards per game this season at 118.4.
Despite the blockbuster offensive statistics for the Beavers, Las Vegas oddsmakers expect California v. Oregon State to be a close game.
The most recent Cal v. Oregon State college football betting spread is California +2, according to a sample of offered odds by U.S. sportsbooks collected by VegasInsider.com on Oct. 29. The betting line implies California is a two-point underdog against Oregon State.
The consensus for “over-or-under” total score bets is 55 and one-half points, as of Friday morning.
Here’s how you can watch Cal v. Oregon State college football on Saturday.
How to Watch Cal v. Oregon State College Football
When: Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021
Kick-Off Time: 4 p.m. Pacific
Where: FTX Field at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif.
TV: Pac-12 Network
Radio: KGO 810 AM or on the TuneIn radio app
How to watch Cal v. Oregon State College Football Online
The Cal v. Oregon State college football game will air on Pac-12 Network, the conference’s TV network.
The Pac-12 Network will air its “Pac-12 roadshow” pregame and postgame shows live from Berkeley, Calif., this Saturday.
The pregame programming begins with the “Pac-12 Tailgate” show, which will air at 3 p.m. Pacific and include a “behind-the-scenes” look at California’s facilities, including the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance.
“The Pregame” show will air at 3:30 p.m. Pacific with hosts Ashley Adamson, Nigel Burton and former Washington State quarterback and Heisman Trophy finalist Ryan Leaf. The trio will share game predictions and insights from California Memorial Stadium.
Fans can stream Pac-12 Network online from their favorite mobile device on the Pac-12 Now app, on the website Pac-12.com, or another live TV streaming service.
Write for California will also have a live fan stream. Follow along Saturday in our live game threads and @WriteForCalLIVE on Twitter for real-time commentary, play-by-play analysis and reactions.
It's nice that Pac-12 networks is featuring this contest on their gameday shows, hopefully we will make a good showing and win the game.
As someone who watches Cal football (and basketball) games on the Pac-12 Network on my computer, rather than going to a bar or restaurant carrying it, I should note that fairly often one has to start the process over (or reboot) to continue to watch the broadcast. Other than that occasional hurdle, the service is acceptable. The picture and sound is pretty good.