The Stanford vs. Oregon State live stream and TV game on Friday night will feature a Pac-12 battle with one of the Top 25 teams in the nation trying to grab an important road win. The Cardinal are currently 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the conference and are clinging to the No. 21 ranking in the Top 25. Oregon State is also 2-1, but has yet to play its first conference matchup, with tonight providing them a measuring stick of how they might fare this season. Tonight’s Stanford – OSU live stream and televised coverage arrives courtesy of Fox Sports.
On Sept. 25, ESPN.com reported that quarterback Kevin Hogan would be a question mark for Stanford, right up until game time. Hogan, who suffered an ankle injury in last week’s game at USC, was still able to play and guide his team to a 41-31 victory. As for tonight, head coach David Shaw noted that Hogan had an “encouraging” practice session yesterday. Backup quarterbacks Keller Chryst and Ryan Burns are also available to go as needed. Hogan has been the starter ever since November of 2012.
On the opposing side will be an Oregon State Beavers team which won convincingly last weekend over Weber State 26-7. The team was led by their dual-threat quarterback Seth Collins who threw 10-of-18 completions, 92 yards and two touchdowns while also rushing for 152 yards as well. Backup quarterback Marcus McMaryion also came in for a total of four snaps and had 18 yards passing and a touchdown. The team bounced back after a crushing 35-7 loss in Week 1 against Michigan.
The Vegas odds first had Stanford as 17-point favorites to win tonight, but the line has moved down to 14-points in their favor. On the moneyline, Stanford is priced at -575, while the Beavers are +438 underdogs. The over/under points total is set at 45 points for the complete game. In terms of future odds, the Cardinal are currently a 65 to 1 favorite to win the 2016 NCAA College Football Championship, while Oregon State are longshots at 5000 to 1.
Friday night’s Stanford vs. Oregon State game gets started at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage will be available on FOX Sports 1 across the nation. For live streaming online feeds, cable and satellite subscribers in participating regions can check out the Fox Sports Go website and mobile apps. Sirius XM Satellite subscribers will also have access to a live audio feed from tonight’s game on channel 84 starting at 9 p.m. Eastern Time.
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