Published on September 29th, 2023
The upcoming football showdown between Utah and Oregon State on Friday promises to be a memorable one.
Ranked at No. 10, Utah will be facing off against No. 19 Oregon State in their last conference clash before Utah makes the transition from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 next season.
Oregon State enters the game with a record of 3-1, having suffered a defeat against Washington State last week.
On the other hand, Utah boasts an unblemished 4-0 record.
Will Oregon State use last week’s setback as fuel to secure a victory, or will Utah extend their winning streak? While Utah is the favored team, it’s expected to be a closely contested match – one that should not be missed.
To catch all the action from the comfort of your home, here’s everything you need to know.
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Time And Streaming Channels
The Utes are on the road to Corvallis, Oregon, where they’ll face off against the Beavers at Reser Stadium.
The game is scheduled for Friday, September 29, at 9 p.m. Eastern Time (ET), which is 7 p.m. local time in Corvallis.
For viewers in different time zones:
- In Indian Standard Time (IST), the game will air on Saturday, September 30, at 6:30 a.m. IST.
- In the United Kingdom (UK), the game will be broadcast on Saturday, September 30, at 2 a.m. BST.
- In Australia, the game will be on Saturday, September 30, at 11 a.m. AEST.
You can catch the live action on FS1 if you’re a cable subscriber. Alternatively, viewers without cable can watch the game through a live TV streaming service such as YouTube TV or Sling that offers Fox networks.
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Best Streaming Services For Game
While NBC boasts Peacock and CBS offers Paramount+, Fox has not introduced its dedicated streaming service yet.
Though these live TV streaming services may come with a cost, they provide substantial value for your investment.
With them, you’ll have access to live games throughout the entire college football season. Below, we’ve curated a list of our top recommendations for viewing the Oregon State vs. Utah game.
1. YouTube TV
Enjoy a commitment-free 20-minute trial followed by a free trial period of up to 14 days (trial period may vary).
After that, you can choose to continue your subscription for an introductory rate of $54.99/month for three months ($72.99/month thereafter).
YouTube TV offers a wide selection of channels, including FS1, making it a top choice for live college football enthusiasts. With unlimited DVR space, you can also record games and watch them at your convenience.
Try out FuboTV with a free 7-day trial, and then decide whether to continue your subscription for $74.99/month.
Like YouTube TV, FuboTV boasts an impressive channel lineup, especially for sports enthusiasts. Catch the Oregon State vs. Utah game live on FS1 during your trial period.
Sign up for Sling TV’s Blue package, which costs $40/month, to watch the Utes vs. Beavers game.
However, for a limited time, Sling is offering a 50% discount on your first month of service, bringing the cost down to $20.
Customize your channel lineup to suit your preferences, and remember to cancel in time if you don’t wish to continue at the full price.
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Score three months of Hulu + Live TV for $49.99/month (usually $69.99/month) with Hulu’s limited-time offer running until October 11.
This package includes access to FS1 and a wealth of other live channels, such as ABC, ACC Network, SEC Network, CBS, ESPN, ESPN 2, and more.
Additionally, you’ll enjoy access to Hulu’s streaming library, ESPN+, and Disney+, effectively providing you with four streaming services for just $49.99/month. It’s a great value proposition for the budget-conscious sports fan.