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Oregon State Vs. UCLA: Start Time, TV, Radio, And Online Coverage

The Oregon St. Beavers and UCLA Bruins face a critical juncture this Saturday afternoon at Reser Stadium. Both teams are currently dwelling near the bottom of the Pac-12 football ladder and a loss will send either one of them tumbling toward potential cellar status in the conference. A victory has become terribly critical to keep each team afloat.

Here are all the pertinent notes concerning this game. This info is pertinent to Oregon fans situated predominantly in the Northwest. Click here for the full PDF news release on the game.

Time: 12:30 PM PDT/3:30 PM EDT

Game will be available on Prime Ticket (Dish Network – 411/417 & DirecTV – 693/694), as well as Fox College Sports Pacific (Comcast – 415 (may vary depending on subscriber’s location) & DirecTV – 617/623/626). Bill MacDonald (play-by-play), J.J. Stokes (analyst) and Amy Bender (sideline) will be your broadcast team.

Radio: Beaver Sports Network
(which includes AM 860 Portland and AM 1240 Corvallis, two stations that'll have plenty of pregame coverage). Click here for the full list of Oregon radio stations on the Beaver Sports Network, available on page 3 of the PDF file. Also available on satellite radio on Sirius Channel 94 and Spanish telecast on KWIP 880 AM radio.

Online: There is a possibility you can watch or listen to this game online via OSU Beavers All-Access and their online stream. You will need to sign up for CBS Sports All-Access and subscribe to the $9.95 monthly fee to watch the game. It's a service can cancel after watching the game if you wish.  This service is NOT available on the state of California.

Live stats: Click here at kickoff.

Last time these two teams met: Last year, UCLA kicked a last second field goal in the Rose Bowl to edge the Beavers 17-14. That loss eventually was the difference for Oregon State with regards to bowl eligibility. If the Beavers want to get back to a bowl game this year, they'll have to win this matchup.

For more on Oregon State football, head to Building the Dam.