You can watch or listen to the Oklahoma State vs. Kansas football game in several ways. Find out all the information you need to know about TV and streaming the Jayhawks.
The Kansas Jayhawks (5-1, 2-1 Big 12) take on Oklahoma State (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) as they look to reclaim bowl eligibility for the second consecutive season. It can be watched or listened to in a variety of ways, so don’t click away if you want to know what channel or station the Pokes vs. Jayhawks showdown will be aired on.
How to watch Oklahoma State vs. Kansas football on TV
FS1 (Fox Sports 1) will host a Jayhawk game for the first time in 2023. It comes one week after Kansas had a game aired on FOX. Most cable packages that offer FOX contain FS1, so there’s a good chance you can watch the Jayhawks on TV.
How to stream Oklahoma State vs. Kansas football
While watching college football on TV is the most popular way of doing it, there are still many ways to root for Kansas football via a streaming service. Our favorite is through Fubo TV.
Fubo offers a 7-day free trial for first-time users. They present limited-time access to all major broadcast networks, no matter your location. That includes FS1 and dozens of other channels.
If you’re watching the Kansas Jayhawks through Fubo TV and don’t plan to maintain your subscription, make sure to cancel before your seven days are up. Otherwise, you’ll wind up paying a fee.
How to listen to Oklahoma State vs. Kansas football on the radio
As always, Jayhawk Radio Network hosts the Kansas game. It can be listened to on 1320 AM/101.7 FM in Lawrence, 810 AM in Kansas City, and 1240 AM/97.5 FM in Wichita. KU fans can listen to Brian Hanni, the voice of the Jayhawks, calling the game on the radio if you’re in the car.