How to watch, listen, stream No. 13 Oregon vs. Texas Tech

A week ago, we finally got the start of the 2023 college football season for the Oregon Ducks. Fans who did not attend the game in person at Autzen Stadium were able to watch on Pac-12 Network, but they likely turned it off after halftime. Dan Lanning and his squad led 50-7 at the break.

That most likely will not be the case on Saturday when the Ducks travel to Lubbock to face the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

While there will be some hardcore Oregon fans who travel to a blazing-hot Texas for this marquee nonconference game, the majority of Ducks will tune in from across the country. So are you looking for where on your TV to find the game? We’ve got you covered.

How to Watch

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Play-By-Play: Mark Followill
Analyst: Mark Helfrich

4:10 p.m. PT

Jones AT&T Stadium (60,454)

How to Listen

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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Pac-12 Live
fuboTV (try it free)

What to Expect

While some of the luster has been taken off this matchup because of Texas Tech’s Week 1 loss to the Wyoming Cowboys, it still presents an intriguing nonconference matchup between two great offenses and two questionable defenses. The Ducks are favored, but it’s going to be hot and loud in Texas. We all know that anything can happen during a night game in Lubbock.

What's at Stake for Both Teams?

There are pretty big stakes on both sides of the field. For Texas Tech, it wants to do anything it can to avoid an 0-2 start after being picked to finish among the top teams in the Big 12. The Ducks want to prove they are an elite team capable of competing at the top of the Pac-12 and vie for a spot in the College Football Playoff. A loss to the Red Raiders would instantly derail that.

Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire