The Oregon State Beavers head south to Arizona to face the Wildcats this week following a bye and a big win against Colorado.
The radio was invented by Guglielmo Marconi in 1895. The television was invented by Philo Taylor Farnsworth in 1927. Fast forward to 2019 and both of those devices can be used to consume the aforementioned football game.
1:30 PM PT, 4:30 PM PT
How To Watch
TV: Pac-12 Network, and Pac-12 Oregon (Find Your Channel)
Xfinity Comcast: 421/720 HD (Pac-12 Net), 420 (Pac-12 Oregon)
Dish Network: 406
Charter Spectrum: 332/452
Streaming: Pac-12 Networks Live & Pac-12 Now App (with TV provider login)
How To Listen
Traditional Radio: Astoria KAST-AM 1370, Baker City KBKR-AM 1490, Bend KCOE-FM 94.9, Brookings KURY-AM 910, Coos Bay KHSN-AM 1230, Corvallis KEJO-AM 1240, Depoe Bay* KNPT-AM 98.3, Enterprise KWVR-AM 1340, Enterprise KWVR-FM 92.1, Eugene KKNX-AM 840, Eugene KKNX-FM 105.1, Florence KCFM-AM 1250, Florence* KCFM-FM 104.1, Hermiston KOHU-AM 1360, Klamath Falls KLAD-AM 960, Klamath Falls* KLAD-AM 93.3, La Grande KLBM-AM 1450, Lakeview KORV-FM 93.5, Mapleton* KCFM-FM 103.1, Medford KTMT-AM 880, Medford* KTMT-AM 96.1, Newport KNPT-AM 1310, Newport KNPT-FM 98.3, Pendleton KUMA-AM 1290, Pendleton* KUMA-AM 92.1, Portland KEX-AM 1190, Portland KPOJ-AM 620, Prineville KRCO-AM 690, Prineville* KRCO-AM 96.9, Roseburg KSKR-AM 1490, Salem KBZY-AM 1490, St. Helens KOHI-AM 1600, The Dalles KODL-AM 1440, The Dalles* KODL-AM 100.5, Tillamook KTIL-AM 1590
Satellite Radio: 386 (XM), 977 (Internet)
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