Oregon State vs. Fresno State live stream online, channel, prediction how to watch on CBS Sports Network


College football action for Week 2 on CBS Sports Network began late Friday night when Boise State defeated New Mexico 31-14 in a Mountain West showdown between division opponents to start the weekend. But Saturday brings a four-game action marathon that stretches from noon into the wee hours of Sunday.

With teams from the AAC, ACC, Conference USA, Mountain West, Pac-12 and a few independents all taking part in the action, CBS Sports Network will offer viewers a selection of teams from across the nation. UTSA vs. Army presents two solid programs in the quest for victory after tough losses in Week 1 against top-flight opponents. After lackluster performances, Memphis and Navy are also looking for their first wins to start their seasons.

Tonight, Syracuse will look to confirm their attention-grabbing win over Louisville by starting with a 2-0 away win over a UConn program that looks improved under first-year coach Jim Mora. To wrap up the night, two West Coast teams start 1-0 as Oregon State travels to a Fresno State program that upset UCLA last season.

Here’s the full rundown of all the action for week two on CBS Sports Network. All times Easter

Oregon State vs. Fresno State

Date: Saturday 10 Sept | Time: 10:30 p.m
Location: Valley Children’s Stadium – Fresno, California
TV: CBS sports network [Channel finder]
Live broadcast: CBSSports.com | Cell phone, mobile phone: CBS Sports App
Spread: State of Oregon -1 | Will the beavers cover? Check out the Week 2 projections from SportsLine

Storylines: Oregon State emerged as the big winner from Week 1 thanks to a dominant 34-17 home win over Boise State. Now the Beavers face another challenger from Mountain West as they travel to face a team from Fresno State that finished 10-3 last season. The Beavers made three turnovers against the Broncos but forced five on a brilliant defense. The Bulldogs began Jeff Tedford’s second term as head coach with a 35-7 win over Cal Poly. It was hard to learn a lot from a 9-2 win over an FCS opponent last season, but star quarterback Jake Haener enjoyed an effective game, completing 36 of 42 passes for 377 yards and two touchdowns. This is the first meeting between the teams since Fresno State’s 16-14 win over Oregon State in 2003.

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