All three Oklahoma Division I football teams are playing games Saturday night, but none of the three will be available on conventional cable television or satellite.
It will cost extra to watch the Sooners — on pay-per-view — and the Cowboys — through ESPN's subscription streaming service — while TU fans will have to stream the Hurricane's game through the WatchESPN website or app.
Check below to find out how to watch the three state games Saturday.
South Dakota at No. 4 Oklahoma
McNeese State at Oklahoma State
Tulsa at San Jose State
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