How to watch Texas baseball vs. Oklahoma St: TV/stream, odds

Texas opens a key Big 12 weekend series at the Disch on Friday night against No. 14 Oklahoma State on Longhorn Network.
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This weekend, Texas baseball (28-18, 13-8 Big 12) and head coach David Pierce welcome their first ranked foe in Big 12 play to UFCU Disch-Falk Field for a three-game series against the No. 14 Oklahoma State Cowboys (31-14, 14-7 Big 12). In the final regular season series between Texas and Oklahoma State as Big 12 foes, seeding near the top of the conference standings is on the line.

Entering this weekend's series against Oklahoma State, Texas is two games behind the Oklahoma Sooners for first place in the Big 12. Oklahoma State, meanwhile, is just one game behind the rival Sooners for the top spot in the Big 12 standings.

Pierce and the Longhorns have two more critical home series in Big 12 play before the regular season concludes. Texas will be tested by the two hottest teams in the Big 12 in its last two home series in conference play this regular season.

Starting May 3, Texas faces this Oklahoma State squad that is riding a six-game winning streak. The Pokes are also the highest-ranked Big 12 team in the latest AP Poll.

Next weekend, the Longhorns host the red-hot Kansas Jayhawks, who are riding a Big 12-best seven-game winning streak at the moment.

Here’s a look at the TV/streaming information, betting odds, and game times for the Longhorns this weekend in a three-game series against No. 14 Oklahoma State at UCFU Disch-Falk Field in Austin.

How to watch Texas baseball vs. Oklahoma State

TV: Longhorn Network

Live Stream: ESPN app

Radio/Audio StreamLonghorn Radio Network

Live Stats: StatBroadcast

Keith Moreland and Greg Swindell will call the Texas-Oklahoma State on Longhorn Network at the Disch in all three games this weekend.

Craig Way and Roger Wallace will be on the radio broadcast on Longhorn Radio Network for all Texas baseball games this season.

You can see how to watch Longhorn Network and which TV/subscription packages offer the channel here.

Game times for Texas baseball vs. Oklahoma State

Game 1 (May 3): 6:30 p.m. CT

Game 2 (May 4): 2:30 p.m. CT

Game 3 (May 5): 1 p.m. CT

Probable starting pitchers for Texas baseball vs. Oklahoma State

Game 1: Max Grubbs, RHP (4-4, 3.44 ERA)

Game 2: Ace Whitehead, LHP (4-0, 3.88 ERA)

Game 3: Lebarron Johnson Jr., RHP (2-3, 5.61 ERA)

Sophomore right-hander Max Grubbs gets the call on the mound for the series opener between Texas and Oklahoma State on Friday night. Grubbs is the Friday night starter for the Longhorns for the second straight weekend against one of the Oklahoma schools.

Last week, Grubbs had a quality outing with five innings of work on the mound, allowing just one earned run, in an eventual loss to Oklahoma.

Texas is going with the undefeated left-hander Ace Whitehead and the struggling right-hander Lebarron Johnson Jr. in the series' last two games against Oklahoma State on May 4 and 5.

The bats for Pierce and the Longhorns have provided excellent run support in the last few weeks in Big 12 play. Texas scored a combined 20 runs in the last two in a big series win over Oklahoma in a doubleheader on April 28.

Betting odds for Texas baseball vs. Oklahoma State in Game 1

Texas is a 1.5-run underdog in the series opener on May 3 against Oklahoma State. The moneyline favors Oklahoma State (-145) over Texas (+114).

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