What channel is Oklahoma State vs. Texas on today? Time, TV schedule for 2023 Big 12 football championship

If Texas wants to improve its College Football Playoff odds, a win over Oklahoma State in the Big 12 championship game would definitely do the trick.

Heading into Saturday’s contest, the Longhorns are sitting at No. 7 in the AP and CFP rankings with an 11-1 record. Texas coach Steve Sarkisian believes his team has a strong case for a playoff berth, but he has also acknowledged that the Longhorns can’t suffer a letdown against the Cowboys.

“I like our resume. Clearly, our strength of schedule speaks for itself,” Sarkisian told ESPN’s Matt Barrie. “I think we’ve played quality opponents from non-conference schedule all the way through our conference schedule. … I’m not here to campaign for us. What I do know is we’ve got to take care of business Saturday.”

Here is everything you need to know about Oklahoma State vs. Texas, including TV and streaming options for the game.

What channel is Oklahoma State vs. Texas on today?

  • TV channel: ABC
  • Live stream: Fubo

Oklahoma State vs. Texas will air on ABC. Viewers can also stream the game on Fubo.

For a limited time, new subscribers can save $40 on Fubo’s Pro, Elite and Premier plans. Fubo has a free trial, so you can try before you buy.

Oklahoma State vs. Texas start time

  • Date: Saturday, Dec. 2
  • Time: Noon ET | 9 a.m. PT

Oklahoma State vs. Texas will kick off at noon ET on Saturday, Dec. 2. The game will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Oklahoma State vs. Texas (-14) picks, predictions

The Sporting News’ Bill Bender offers his prediction for Oklahoma State at Texas:

What a farewell game this could be. Texas can win a walk-off Big 12 championship before going to the SEC. Oklahoma State — which could emerge as the dominant program in the new-look Big 12 next season — has a chance to end any hope of a playoff berth for the Longhorns.

The Cowboys have been wildly unpredictable in their past four games, including an upset in Bedlam and a 45-3 loss to UCF. Texas, meanwhile, has been stable through injuries to Quinn Ewers and Jonathan Brooks, who is out with a torn ACL. Texas is 1-4 ATS when favored by 14 points or less, however.

Look for the Cowboys to hang around with a strong running game, but Texas does its part to get closer to the CFP. The Longhorns will need help later in the day.

Pick: Texas wins 34-24 but FAILS TO COVER the spread.

You can check out all of Bender’s championship game picks here.

Oklahoma State schedule 2023

Date Opponent/Result Kickoff time (ET) TV channel
Sept. 2 Oklahoma State 27, Central Arkansas 13
Sept. 9 Oklahoma State 27, Arizona State 15
Sept. 16 South Alabama 33, Oklahoma State 7
Sept. 23 Iowa State 34, Oklahoma State 27
Oct. 6 Oklahoma State 29, Kansas State 21
Oct. 14 Oklahoma State 39, Kansas 32
Oct. 21 Oklahoma State 48, West Virginia 34
Oct. 28 Oklahoma State 45, Cincinnati 13
Nov. 4 Oklahoma State 27, Oklahoma 24
Nov. 11 UCF 45, Oklahoma State 3
Nov. 18 Oklahoma State 43, Houston 30
Nov. 25 Oklahoma State 40, BYU 34 (OT)
Dec. 2 vs. Texas (Dallas) Noon ABC

Texas schedule 2023

Date Opponent/Result Kickoff time (ET) TV channel
Sept. 2 Texas 37, Rice 10
Sept. 9 Texas 34, Alabama 24
Sept. 16 Texas 31, Wyoming 10
Sept. 23 Texas 38, Baylor 6
Sept. 30 Texas 40, Kansas 14
Oct. 7 Oklahoma 34, Texas 30
Oct. 21 Texas 31, Houston 24
Oct. 28 Texas 35, BYU 6
Nov. 4 Texas 33, Kansas State 30 (OT)
Nov. 11 Texas 29, TCU 26
Nov. 18 Texas 26, Iowa State 16
Nov. 24 Texas 57, Texas Tech 7
Dec. 2 vs. Oklahoma State (Dallas) Noon ABC


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