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STILLWATER — Oklahoma State has one last chance to extend its winning streak at home into next season.

The Cowboys (7-4, 4-4 Big 12) host West Virginia (4-7, 2-6) at Boone Pickens Stadium at 11 a.m. Saturday as they recover from a Bedlam loss and extend their home streak to 15 to be extended in succession.

It’s also Seniors’ Day when the Cowboys honor 26 players, including the seniors who may return next season.

Here’s what you need to know about the game:

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predictions for OSU-West Virginia

Jenni Carlson, columnist

OSU 34, West Virginia 27

OLDER HIGH

Cowboys send seniors off with win over Mountaineers

Berry Tramel, columnist

OSU 28, West Virginia 25

BLACK SATURDAY

Cornerback’s late interception saves Cowboys

Jacob Unruh, OSU Beat Author

OSU 34, West Virginia 24

BROCKHART

Brock Martin of the Cowboys provides the defense in the last home game

Scott Wright, OSU Beat Writer

OSU 30, West Virginia 20

OLDER DEGREE

Several key seniors lead the Cowboys to victory in their last home game

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In the air for OSU-West Virginia

TV: ESPN2 (Cox 28/HD 721, Dish 143, DirecTV 209, U-Vers 606/HD 1606)

Radio: KXXY-FM 96.1

Internet radio: www.thevarsitynetwork.com

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About the broadcasters

ESPN crew of Jay Alter (play-by-play) and Charles Arbuckle (analyst) got the call. Alter joined ESPN in 2019 and has called on various collegiate sports, including soccer, basketball and lacrosse. He also names Premier Lacrosse League games. Arbuckle is a former NFL tight end who played for the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts. He joined ESPN after his playing career ended as an analyst. The former UCLA star also recently coached tight ends for the Alliance American Football’s Arizona Hotshots.

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weather for OSU-West Virginia

Forecast: Mostly cloudy, 46 degrees, NNW wind at 8 mph, 33% chance of rain

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opportunities for OSU-West Virginia

Line: Cowboys until 8.5. About Below: 63.5

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