Oklahoma State vs. Kansas: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Kansas Jayhawks
This Saturday, the Oklahoma State Cowboys will look to push their record to 5-1 on the season when they go on the road to play the Kansas Jayhawks. Oklahoma State comes in off a win last week over Iowa State, while Kansas fell to West Virginia for its second consecutive loss.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: FOX Sports 1
Oct. 4: Oklahoma State 37, Iowa State 20
Quarterback Daxx Garman threw for 271 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions as the Cowboys notched their fourth win of the season. Oklahoma State is now 5-1 in its last six games against Iowa State. The Cowboys are now 35-4 in their last 39 games against unranked opponents.
Sept. 25: Oklahoma State 45, Texas Tech 35
The latest Oklahoma State victory over Texas Tech marked the sixth straight win for the Cowboys over the Red Raiders. The Cowboys haven’t lost to them at home since 2001. Oklahoma State extended its streak of scoring at least 20 points to 56 games, the second longest since Division I split into two divisions in 1978. USC holds the mark with 63 straight games from 2002-06.
Sept. 13: Oklahoma State 43, UTSA 13
The Cowboys held UTSA to 3-for-17 on third down, putting the defense at 11-of-45 for the season. Ashton Lampkin’s 50-yard interception return for a touchdown was Oklahoma State’s first defensive score of the season. Daxx Garman went 16-for-30 for 315 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start at quarterback.
Sept. 6: Oklahoma State 40, Missouri State 23
The Cowboys are now 40-6 in their last 46 home openers. It was Oklahoma State’s 18th consecutive win over teams currently in FCS. Daxx Garman replaced the injured J.W. Walsh at quarterback for his first game action since his junior year of high school in 2009.
Aug. 30: Florida State 37, Oklahoma State 31
The Cowboys battled back from a 17-0 deficit but their upset bid fell short when Florida State recovered an onside kick with 1:53 remaining. It was Oklahoma State’s first season-opening loss since 2007. J.W. Walsh threw for 203 yards and led OSU with 51 yards on the ground.
Oct. 4: West Virginia 33, Kansas 14
Kansas dropped its second consecutive game to West Virginia. The Kansas offense had just 176 yards of offense, while the defense gave up 557 yards to the high-powered WVU offense. Kansas did not lead at any point.
Sept. 27: Texas 23, Kansas 0
Montell Cozart threw four interceptions, the first Jayhawk quarterback with four picks in a game since Kerry Meier threw four in a loss to Toledo in 2006. The Longhorns have now shut out Kansas in two of their last three meetings. Kansas was 0-for-3 on fourth-down conversion attempts.
Sept. 20: Kansas 24, Central Michigan 10
Montell Cozart threw two fourth-quarter touchdowns -- 60 yards to Justin McCay and 30 yards to Corey Avery -- to help the Jayhawks break a 10-10 tie after three quarters. Tony Pierson's 74-yard touchdown run on Kansas's first play from scrimmage was its first touchdown on the opening play from scrimmage since 2008 against Minnesota. Pierson's run was the Jayhawks' longest play from scrimmage since he caught a 77-yard reception from Jake Heaps against Rice last September.
Sept. 13: Duke 41, Kansas 3
It was Kansas's 25th consecutive loss away from home dating back to 2009. Trevor Pardula had four punts of 50 yards or more, giving him 30 punts of at least 50 yards through two seasons as a Jayhawk. Linebacker Ben Heeney recorded double-digit tackles for the 13th time in his career, tying his career high with 15.
Sept. 6: Kansas 34, Southeast Missouri State 28
After the Jayhawks squandered a 34-7 lead at the end of the third quarter, Nick Harwell recovered an onside kick attempt with 1:33 remaining. Kansas won its season opener for the fourth straight year. Corey Avery became the first true freshman running back to score a touchdown for the Jayhawks since James Sims against Georgia Tech in 2010.