Oregon football: TV channel, live stream online, kick time for Stanford game

Oregon and Stanford will try to remain in the race for the Pac-12 North title in a key game for both, Saturday, October 14, in Palo Alto, Calif. The game will kick off at 8 p.m.

The Ducks (4-2) will look to get back on track after losing at home to Washington State last week. True freshman Braxton Burmeister will be making his second career start in place of injured starter Justin Herbert.

The Cardinal (4-2) will look to keep the momentum going after a big win at Utah Saturday. They’ll be paced by Heisman candidate Bryce Love, who leads the nation in rushing with 1,240 yards through six games.

Find game time, TV channel and how to watch online information below.

Oregon football TV channel for Stanford game

Oregon-Stanford will air on Fox Sports 1. Find the channel in your area here. 

Oregon football live stream online for Stanford

Oregon-Stanford will stream on  FoxSports.com or on the FoxSportsGo app on our tablet, with a valid cable subscription.

Oregon football odds for Stanford game

Oregon is a 10.5-point underdog to Stanford.

Oregon football game time vs. Stanford

Oregon-Stanford will kick off at 8 p.m. PT

Oregon keys to the game

Limit Bryce Love

This is obviously easier said than done, as no team has been able to bottle up Love this year. The junior tailback is averaging an absurd 206 rushing yards per game. His “worst” game of the season was last week when he rushed for 152 yards vs. Utah. Stanford will no doubt look to get Love going early, but if Oregon can limit him and force Keller Chryst to make plays with his arm, the Ducks will have a much better chance to pull of the upset. Last season, in a 52-27 loss to Stanford, the Ducks gave up 282 yards rushing. Though most of those were to Christian McCaffrey, Love picked up 82 yards on only five carries.

Come out fast

Oregon has a golden opportunity to start strong on Saturday as Stanford will be without two of its defensive starters for the first half. Defensive tackle Harrison Phillips and linebacker Peter Kolombayi will be forced to sit out for a half by virtue of receiving targeting ejections last week vs. Utah. This could take pressure off of Oregon’s inexperienced quarterback and could help the Ducks come out firing early. The Ducks will be getting back the services of their two best wide receivers, Charles Nelson and Dillon Mitchell. Nelson has been out since Week 3 after pickup up an ankle injury. Mitchell missed last week’s game vs. Washington State with a concussion. Having more weapons for Burmesiter, as well as continuing to rely on tailbacks Royce Freeman and Kani Benoit, could help the Ducks get an early lead, and force Stanford to pass the ball more.

Get pressure on Keller Chryst

The Ducks lead the nation with 24 sacks through six games. It’s vital that they continue to bring the pressure against Stanford. Defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt does a great job at designing blitz schemes that confuse opponents, and though Stanford’s offensive line is always one of the strongest units in the Pac-12, the Ducks could cause some havoc up front. Limiting Love’s big plays will also be key, but the Ducks need to make things uncomfortable for Chryst and make plays that can take the Stanford offense off of the field.

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