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Texas vs. Oklahoma: How to Watch the Red River Rivalry for Free

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College football is taking over Saturday with more than a dozen games on the roster, including the Red River Rivalry between No. 12 Oklahoma Sooners and No. 3 Texas Longhorns.

Read on for details on the game and how to watch or stream for free (click here to buy tickets).

Oklahoma vs. Texas: Where to Watch & Stream

What channel does Texas vs. Oklahoma come on? The game is scheduled to air on Saturday (Oct. 7) at 12 p.m. ET. on ABC.

You can watch the Big 12 matchup between undefeated Texas and undefeated Oklahoma on ABC or stream live on ABC.com. If you don’t have access to local channels, there are a few affordable ways to watch the game. For starters, you can watch ABC and other channels with an HD antenna.

Another option: subscribe to DirecTV or Fubo and enjoy a free trial to stream dozens of cable and local channels (use ExpressVPN to access streaming platforms internationally). You can also live stream college football on SlingTV and ESPN.com (with a log-in from your cable or streaming provider).

DirecTV packages start at $65/month for 75+ channels including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, ESPN, FS1 and more. To stream even more sporting events, subscribe to the DirecTV Sports Pack. With DirecTV Sports Pack, you can watch pro and college football live on over 40 specialty networks including NFL Network, NFL Redzone from NFL Network, ESPNU, SEC Network, MLB Network, NBA TV and more. Click here to see how to get three months free.

How to Watch College Football Games on Hulu

Hulu+ Live TV lets you stream 90+ channels (ABC and ESPN included) along with the entire Hulu library for $50/month — if you sign up in time to catch the promo. The limited deal ends Oct. 11. Click below to join.

ABC’s Saturday Night Football schedule will include No. 25 Louisville vs. No. 10 Notre Dame airing at 7:30 p.m. ET.

More than 25 games will air on Saturday across ESPN and ESPN platforms such as ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN+ and ESPN Radio, SEC Network and ACC Network.

You can save $10 on an ESPN+ Annual Plan when you subscribe by Wednesday, October 11. It’s your last chance to subscribe to the yearly plan for $99.99, before the price increases to $109.99 on October 12. Click here to subscribe.

ESPN+ will feature 11 games on Saturday, including UTSA Roadrunners at Temple Owls, Central Michigan at Buffalo, Kent State at Ohio and Arkansas State at Troy. The streaming platform will feature 50 games during Week 6 of college football.

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