Oklahoma State will get one final check-up before the Big 12 when they face Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday, which is off to a 2-0 start.
The game (7 p.m. ET start time) will not be broadcast on television, but anybody in the United States may watch UAPB vs Oklahoma State live on ESPN+ right here:
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UAPB vs Oklahoma State Preview
The Arkansas Pine-Bluff Golden Lions will have their hands full against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in week three of the 2022-2023 college football season. This could get out of hand early.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy said he has nothing but respect for Arkansas Pine-Bluff, who has averaged many huge games this season.
Gundy noted that we always respect who we play. We have talked about that in this culture for years. They are averaging  points per game. So, our players are aware of it. Theyve got some skilled guys that run around and make plays. So, we need to hold ourselves accountable for ourselves and ourselves and our three units, and then line up and go play hard. That's what I told him last night.
Gundy said the team sees this game as a chance to minimize mistakes.
Gundy noted that we still have a lot of work to do. We still have youth, and we have inexperience. We have made improvements significantly (last week), but we still have more mistakes than we would have had on a very productive year per week.
Doc Gamble, the head coach of Arkansas Pine-Bluff, said he likes to remind his players that this is just another club and they must strive to excel.
We always tell the guys, Theyve got 83 scholarships, and we've got 63, but they still put on their pants the same way we do one leg at a time, said Gamble. As long as we dont get caught up in the letters and the facilities and all that stuff, then you have a chance. We have to go play.
The Arkansas Pine-Bluff vs. Oklahoma State game begins Saturday, September 17, at 7 p.m. Eastern on ESPN Plus.