How to watch, listen, stream Hawaii at No. 13 Oregon

Oregon finishes its nonconference season on Saturday night as the No. 13 Ducks host Hawaii out of the Mountain West.

It would be easy for Oregon to look past the 1-2 team whose only win came last week over Albany, but the Ducks need to look good before an up-and-coming Colorado team comes to Autzen next week.

The rest of the television schedule hasn’t been announced yet, but this could be the last time Oregon appears on the Pac-12 Network. The entire state of Hawaii will most likely tune in not only to watch their team but to see some Hawaiian natives who play for the Ducks.

For those not going to the game, here’s how you can watch, listen and/or stream.

How to Watch

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Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 Network

Play-by-Play: Ted Robinson
Analyst: Yogi Roth

Time: 5:12 p.m. PT

Location: Autzen Stadium (54,000)

How to Listen

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Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard / USA TODAY NETWORK

Oregon Sports Network
KUJZ-FM 95.3, Eugene
KFXX-AM 1080, Portland

TuneIn Radio
Sirius: 133
XM: 197

On the Call
Play-By-Play: Jerry Allen
Analyst: Mike Jorgensen
Sideline Reporter: Joey McMurry
Pregame Show: Terry Jonz

How to Stream

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Ali Gradischer/Getty Images

Pac-12 Live
fuboTV (try it free)

What to Expect

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Darryl Oumi/Getty Images

Oregon is favored by more than five touchdowns, and it should be an easy night for the home Ducks. Hawaii’s only victory came against the University of Albany and have losses to bad teams such as Stanford and Vanderbilt. Besides getting the win, the Ducks’ goal here is to stay healthy and prepare for a huge Pac-12 opener the next week with Colorado.

What's at Stake for Both Teams?

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Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Besides winning their first three games, all nonconference, Oregon will be well served to do what’s expected against a rebuilding team such as Hawaii. The Ducks are favored by 37.5. While they don’t have to win by that much, a close game wouldn’t bode well for the rest of the season.

Hawaii is coming to Eugene with nothing to lose and that could make the Rainbow Warriors all that more dangerous. An upset win at Autzen would make their season.

Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire