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Cal vs Oregon State: How to watch, TV schedule, game prediction

The Bears are averaging 46 points per game in their last three vs the Beavs

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The California Golden Bears are looking to exact revenge for their season-opening loss last week and face off against the Oregon State Beavers today at 12:30 pm PT. The Bears are averaging 46 points per game in their last three meetings with the Beavers.

Game prediction

Usually, you don’t put too much value in a Week 1 performance in a normal season. In a season played amidst a global pandemic and a ‘season-opening’ game that saw the Bears pivot off their originally-scheduled opponent to traveling south to LA for a game with UCLA on two days notice, you truly can throw that out.

This is still the team that was picked No. 2 in the North Division and until they prove that their short-notice, disappointing performance against UCLA was who they are this year, you have to side with the fact that this is an experienced and talented team.

Cal should have the advantage just about everywhere on the field and Chase Garbers should be able to find a rhythm in the passing game against a team that the Bears have historically dominated.

Cal gets back on track, in a big way, ahead of the 123rd Big Game next week.

How to watch

Date/Time: Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 12:30 pm PT @ Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon

TV: FoxSports1 (Eric Collins on play-by-play; Ben Leber as the analyst)

Radio: KGO 810 AM – Joe Starkey (Play-By-Play), Mike Pawlawski (Analyst), Todd McKim (Sideline Reporter) – Also available on the Cal Bears Sports Network Powered by Learfield IMG College, TuneIn and SiriusXM Satellite Radio (XM 387^, Internet 977^)