How to Watch Washington vs. Oregon State Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – February 10

The Oregon State Beavers (11-12, 3-9 Pac-12) aim to stop a three-game losing streak when they host the Washington Huskies (12-11, 4-8 Pac-12) at 7:00 PM ET on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at Gill Coliseum. The game airs on Pac-12 Network.

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Huskies vs. Beavers Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, February 10, 2024
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: Pac-12 Network
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Corvallis, Oregon
  • Venue: Gill Coliseum

Huskies Insights

  • So far this season, Washington is posting 81.3 points per game (30th-ranked in college basketball) and allowing 77.7 points per contest (319th-ranked).
  • With 36.1 rebounds per game, the Huskies are 151st in college basketball. They cede 35.7 rebounds per contest, which ranks 232nd in college basketball.
  • Washington is putting up 14.5 assists per game, which ranks them 104th in college basketball in 2023-24.
  • This season, the Huskies are committing 11.7 turnovers per game (215th-ranked in college basketball) and forcing 11.3 turnovers per contest (205th-ranked).
  • So far this season, Washington is sinking 7.4 three-pointers per game (192nd-ranked in college basketball) and is shooting 34.1% (167th-ranked) from downtown.
  • The Huskies are allowing 7.3 treys per game (181st-ranked in college basketball) this year, while allowing a 33.9% three-point percentage (224th-ranked).
  • In terms of shot breakdown, Washington has taken 64.8% two-pointers (accounting for 74.8% of the team’s buckets) and 35.2% threes (25.2%).

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Beavers Insights

  • In 2023-24, Oregon State is 293rd in the nation on offense (69.3 points scored per game) and 193rd on defense (72.3 points conceded).
  • On the glass, the Beavers are 296th in college basketball in rebounds (33.4 per game). They are 171st in rebounds conceded (34.7 per game).
  • Oregon State is 322nd in the country in assists (11.1 per game) in 2023-24.
  • The Beavers commit 12.3 turnovers per game and force 11.3 per game, ranking 261st and 205th, respectively, in the country.
  • At 6 made 3-pointers per game and shooting 32.8% from beyond the arc, Oregon State is 308th and 232nd in the nation, respectively, in those categories.
  • The Beavers are 139th in the country in 3-pointers conceded (7 per game) and 96th in 3-point percentage defensively (32%).
  • Oregon State takes 66.1% percent of its shots from inside the 3-point line, and 33.9% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 74.9% of Oregon State’s buckets are 2-pointers, and 25.1% are 3-pointers.

Huskies Leaders

  • The scoring and rebounding leader for the Huskies is Keion Brooks Jr., who accumulates 21 points and 6.9 rebounds per game.
  • Washington’s best passer is Sahvir Wheeler, who averages six assists per game to go with his 15.4 PPG scoring average.
  • Moses Wood makes more threes per game than any other member of the Huskies, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.4 per contest.
  • Wheeler and Brooks lead Washington on the defensive end, with Wheeler leading the team in steals averaging 1.2 per game and Brooks in blocks averaging 0.7 per contest.

Beavers Leaders

  • Jordan Pope’s points (17.2 per game) and assists (3.3 per game) stat lines give him the top scoring and assists spots on the Beavers’ leaderboards.
  • Michael Rataj is at the top of the Oregon State rebounding leaderboard with 5.8 rebounds per game. He also racks up 7.2 points and tacks on 1.5 assists per game.
  • Pope is consistent from three-point range and leads the Beavers with 2.3 made threes per game.
  • Oregon State’s leader in steals is Josiah Lake with 1.1 per game, and its leader in blocks is KC Ibekwe with 1.1 per game.
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