Oregon State Coach Jonathan Smith didn't back off from any questions at his Monday press gathering. He was straightforward when asked about the two scuffles his players were involved in at Aloha Stadium. Both Gus Lavaka and Caleb Hayes will sit in the first half Saturday when Cal Poly visits Reser Stadium at 1:15pm.
Smith also liked what he saw from his offense in the first half against Hawaii putting 28 points on the board. He didn't like the way his offense self-imploded in the second half with key penalties and dropped passes that cost them possession time and possible points against a "real good" Hawaii team.
He was excited about the improvement of the team's defense and complimented Defensive Coordinator Tim Tibesar twice during the nearly 20 minute back and forth with reporters.
A lot of folks are asking about the TV set up this weekend.....here is a detailed look thanks to Steve Fenk the Sports Information Director at Oregon State:
How to Watch - Oregon State vs. Cal Poly (Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019)
·The Oregon State vs. Cal Poly game, set for 1:15 p.m. PT, is available for Pac-12 Networks subscribers via the Pac-12 Now app (in high-definition), now available on Apple TV, as well as for iOS and Android devices and Pac-12.com/now.
·If you have any Pac-12 Networks channel on your TV, you should have access to all seven of our channels via the Pac-12 Now app. As a subscriber, you can login to the Pac-12 Now app, or on Pac-12.com, with your TV provider information.
·The game will also air in its entirety on Pac-12 Oregon. To find the correct channel number for Pac-12 Oregon in your area, please visit GetPac12Networks.com and enter your zip code in the channel finder.
·Enjoying the game on your TV is also possible via the Pac-12 Now app by either by downloading the app on AppleTV or "casting" to your TV with a Google Chromecast (some newer Smart TV's also have "casting" abilities built in).
·For more information on the Pac-12 Now app, please see here on Pac-12.com.