What time is Oklahoma football vs. Kansas State? How to watch and stream KSU vs. OU's Big 12 game
Can the Wildcats make it three in a row against the Sooners?
Kansas State has won its last two meetings with Oklahoma, winning 38-35 in 2020 and 48-41 in 2019.
Kansas State (3-1, 0-1 in the Big 12) enters Saturday's contest fresh off a 31-20 loss to No. 18 Oklahoma State on Sept. 25. After taking a 10-7 lead midway through the first quarter, the Wildcats surrendered 21 straight points to find themselves in an 18-point hole early in the second quarter. Quarterback Will Howard, who was thrust into a starting role after starter Skylar Thompson's injury in Week 2, exited the game with an injury of his own. Jaren Lewis finished the game at quarterback for Kansas State. As of Tuesday, Howard is listed as the No. 1 signal caller, with Lewis backing him up.
Meanwhile, for Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0 in the Big 12), the Sooners find themselves in the thick of the College Football Playoff discussion. Quarterback Spencer Rattler remains a Heisman Trophy contender, having thrown for 1,017 yards, eight touchdowns, and rushing for another two as well. However, after averaging 58 points per game in its first two contests of the year, Oklahoma's offense hasn't looked the same, scoring 23 and 16 points in its last two games against Nebraska and West Virginia, respectively.
Here is everything fans need to know to watch and stream Kansas State football's game against Oklahoma.
How to watch and stream Oklahoma vs. Kansas State
When: 2:30 p.m. CT Saturday, Oct. 2
Where: Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas
Livestream: FOX Sports
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