How to watch Texas softball vs. Oklahoma State: TV channel, streaming info

No. 2 Texas softball has a tall task to face No. 8 Oklahoma State on its home field in Stillwater late this week.

Reese Atwood, Texas softball
Reese Atwood, Texas softball / NATHAN J. FISH/THE OKLAHOMAN / USA TODAY

The biggest series of the regular season to date in the Big 12 for No. 2 Texas softball (28-3, 8-1 Big 12) and head coach Mike White begins on March 28 against the No. 8 Oklahoma State Cowgirls (27-5, 7-2 Big 12) and head coach Kenny Gajewski.

This is the first of two Big 12-defining series over the next couple of weekends for the Longhorns. Star sophomore Reese Atwood and the Longhorns face the Oklahoma schools in respective three game series over the next 10 days.

Atwood, the nation's leading in runs batted in (52), and the Longhorns bats will be tested against some of the best teams in Division I softball this weekend and next.

If Texas wins both series, it could claim first place in the Big 12 and set the tone across the college softball landscape for the remainder of the regular season.

Texas currently sits one game ahead of Oklahoma State in the Big 12 standings.

Here's a look at the TV/streaming information, game times, and betting odds for the three-game Big 12 series this weekend between No. 2 Texas and No. 8 Oklahoma State at Cowgirl Stadium in Stillwater.

How to watch Texas softball vs. Oklahoma State

TV/Live Stream: ESPN+

Radio/Audio Stream: Texas Sports free audio broadcast

Live Stats: StatBroadcast

Game times for Texas softball vs. Oklahoma State

Game 1: 6 p.m. CT (ESPN+)

Game 2: 7 p.m. CT (ESPN2)

Game 3: 1 p.m. CT (ESPN+)

The first and third games between Texas and Oklahoma State this week/weekend will be broadcast/streamed live on ESPN+. The second game of the series in primetime on March 29 will be broadcast live on ESPN2.

Casey Kendrick and Rachel Becker will call the action live on ESPN+ in Games 1 and 3. Kevin Brown and Amanda Scarborough will call the action between Texas and Oklahoma State in Game 2 on March 29 on ESPN2.

Andrew Haynes will call all three games in this series live on the Texas Sports radio broadcast.

Texas is 41-32 in the all-time series against Oklahoma State. The Longhorns are 16-16 all-time on the road in Stillwater against the Cowgirls. Texas hasn't won in Stillwater since the 2021 season, though.

Texas carries one of the nation's top offenses into this three-game series against Oklahoma State. Atwood leads the way for a Texas offense that ranks second nationally in batting average (.391) and fourth in runs scored per game (8.42).

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