How to watch Oregon State vs. Cal.
Cal (5–4) hosts Oregon State (2-7) at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley Saturday night at 10:30 pm ET.
Both teams can snap major losing streaks with a victory. The Golden Bears have lost four straight, after opening the season 5–0, and will become bowl-eligible with a win. Quarterback Jared Goff has been up-and-down during that streak, but has thrown for 2,866 yards, 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions on the year.
Oregon State has yet to win a Pac-12 game and has lost six straight. Gary Andersen’s first year on the job has not gone smoothly, and Oregon State’s struggling offense – 120th out of 128 teams nationally in scoring (17.4 points per game) must turn things around a bit to pull out a win.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 5: vs. Grambling State (W, 73–14)
Sept. 12: vs. San Diego State (W, 35–7)
Sept. 19: at Texas (W, 45–44)
Sept. 26: at Washington (W, 30–24)
Oct. 3: vs. Washington State (W, 28–34)
Oct. 10: at Utah (L, 30–24)
Oct. 22: at UCLA, (L, 40–24)
Oct. 31: vs. USC (L, 27–21)
Nov. 7: at Oregon (L, 44–28)
Nov. 14: vs. Oregon State (10:30 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network)
Nov. 21: at Stanford (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Arizona State (TBD)
Sept. 4: vs. Weber State (W, 26–7)
Sept. 12: at Michigan (L, 35–7)
Sept. 19: vs. San Jose State (W, 35–21)
Sept. 25: vs. Stanford (L, 42–24)
Oct. 10: at Arizona (L, 44–7)
Oct. 17: at Washington State (L, 52–31)
Oct. 24: vs. Colorado (L, 17–13)
Oct. 31: at Utah (L, 27–12)
Nov. 7: vs. UCLA (L, 41–0)
Nov. 14: at California (10:30 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network)
Nov. 21 vs. Washington (6 p.m. ET)
Nov. 27: at Oregon (3:30 p.m. ET)