Watch today’s Oregon State football game live without cable on the device of your choice, including iPhone, Apple TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, and more.
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live stream Oregon State football in 2023. The only live TV streaming services that carry the PAC-12 Network, which is the channel that will air the majority of OSU Beavers games this season, are Sling TV and Fubo. Our top pick for watching Oregon State football is fuboTV’s “Sports Lite” package because it carries all of the channels you need to watch the Beavers, including ABC for the rivalry game against the Oregon Ducks as well as Root Sports Northwest for watching the Trailblazers, Mariners, Kraken and Gonzaga basketball.
The most important channels for Oregon State football fans
Although the rivalry game against Oregon will air on ABC, most Oregon State football games this season will be broadcast on either FS1 or the PAC-12 Network. Games can also appear on the ESPN family of channels and on FS1.
Oregon State Beavers player to watch for 2023 – #5
Without a doubt, the player to watch for the Beavers this season is Clemson transfer, and former 5-star QB, DJ Uiagalelei. Uiagalelei has a huge up side, and will be the most talented player on the Oregon State sideline by a mile. As college football fans, we will be tuning in to Beavers games to see if their new star QB can elevate the team to a PAC-12 title. Uiagalelei’s brother Matayo is a freshman defensive end for the Oregon Ducks, which adds a sibling rivalry to the “Civil War.”
How to watch this week’s Oregon State football game
Looking for a specific Oregon State football game? We list the upcoming televised Oregon State games, as well as the live TV streaming services that carry each game, in the easy to use table below.
|Sep 3, 2023||@ San Jose St.||3:30 pm||CBS||CEFCU Stadium|
|Sep 9, 2023||vs UC-Davis||9:00 pm||PACN||Reser Stadium|
|Sep 16, 2023||vs San Diego St.||3:30 pm||FS1||Reser Stadium|
|Sep 23, 2023||@ Washington St.||TBA||—||Clarence D. Martin Stadium|
|Sep 29, 2023||vs Utah||9:00 pm||FS1||Reser Stadium|
|Oct 7, 2023||@ California||TBA||—||California Memorial Stadium|
|Oct 14, 2023||vs UCLA||TBA||—||Reser Stadium|
|Oct 28, 2023||@ Arizona||TBA||—||Arizona Stadium|
|Nov 4, 2023||@ Colorado||TBA||—||Folsom Field|
|Nov 11, 2023||vs Stanford||TBA||—||Reser Stadium|
|Nov 18, 2023||vs Washington||TBA||—||Reser Stadium|
|Nov 24, 2023||@ Oregon||8:30 pm||FOX||Autzen Stadium|
Live streaming Oregon State football: our top picks
Because of how often Oregon State football games air on PAC-12 Network, the only streaming services we list here are those that give the option of streaming the west coast centric channel. Unfortunately, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV aren’t good options for watching Oregon State football because they don’t carry the PAC-12 Network.
fuboTV “Sports Lite,” with its combination of PAC-12 Network, ABC, FOX, FS1, and the ESPN family of channels, is the only option for live streaming every game of Oregon State football season. With fuboTV, sports fans also get access to Root Sports Northwest for watching Portland Trailblazers games.
Although you can’t get ABC on Sling without an air antenna in Oregon, Sling Blue + Sports Extra is priced competitively for watching FS1 and PAC-12 Network, the two biggest channels for watching Beavers football.
Watching Oregon State football FAQ
Beaver fans can watch Oregon State’s biggest games, such as the rivalry game against Oregon, with a YouTube TV subscription, but not the bulk of the regular season because OSU appears so often on PAC-12 Network. Most Oregon State football games will be blacked out on YouTube TV.
As with YouTube TV, the lack of PAC-12 Network means most Oregon State games can’t be live-streamed on Hulu + Live TV. Other than PAC-12 games, Beaver fans can watch the rest of the season on Hulu + Live TV.
Most Oregon State regular season football games aren’t available on DIRECTV STREAM. Although DIRECTV STREAM carries Root Sports Northwest for watching the Blazers, the platform lacks PAC-12 Network, which means major gaps in coverage for Oregon State football games.