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Colorado Buffaloes vs. Oregon State Beavers: Start time, TV coverage, how to watch online, odds, and more

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NCAA Football: Oregon State at Colorado Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The Colorado Buffaloes hit the road to try and get their first win of the season against an Oregon State looking for the same with a new interim head coach.

Here's what you need to know to watch the game at home, or on the go if you're out and about. As always, you'll need to check with your local cable or satellite provider to ensure live-streaming availability in your area.

Colorado Buffaloes vs. Oregon State Beavers

Saturday, October 14, 2017 | 2:00 p.m. MT

Reser Stadium, Corvallis, OR

Television: Pac-12 Network

Internet: Pac-12 Live

Mobile: Pac-12 Now

TV Commentators: Ted Robinson (play-by-play) / Yogi Roth (color) / Jill Savage (sideline reporter)

Odds: Colorado -9.5

Stat of the Week: In 1987, Colorado started tracking first downs earned; it caught on in the NFL a few years later but never in college, but it’s a cool stat: a player is credited with one when he earns one by rushing or receiving, and the quarterback also gets credited when throwing one. TB Phillip Lindsay had a game for the ages in this regard last Saturday against Arizona, as he tied the school mark for a non-quarterback with 17 (a record 16 of which were rushing); the late Rashaan Salaam set the mark on Oct. 1, 1994 when he had 15 rushing and two receiving. Even more remarkable was that 11 of those came on third (8) and fourth (3) downs: Lindsay was 8-of-11 on third downs and made all three of his fourth down tries.