COLUMBUS — The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes are continuing to roll over their competition this season and will look to continue their dominance against the No. 25 Michigan State Spartans Saturday night.
Here's how you can watch or listen to the game:
- Watch it live right here on News 5 beginning at 7:30 p.m.
- Live stream on the Fox Sports App or Fox Sports online (TV provider sign-in required)
- Listen to the game on WKNR-AM 850 in Cleveland, WAKR-AM 1590 in Akron, WHBC-AM 1480 in Canton or OSU’s TuneIn channel
- Or you could head to Columbus and watch the game in person. Single-game tickets start at $125.
News 5 will have highlights and game news on our Saturday show at 11 p.m.
Ohio State has blown out all five teams they’ve played so far. In the season opener, Ohio State beat Florida Atlantic 45-21. Since then, the Buckeyes have only given up 22 points, beating Cincinnati 42-0, Indiana 51-10, Miami Ohio 76-5 and Nebraska 48-7. The high scoring games have been largely attributed to the performance of new quarterback Justin Fields.
Fields is shaping up to be everything first-year head coach Ryan Day expected when he lured him from Georgia. He threw for three touchdowns, bringing his season total to 16, and carried one against Nebraska.
The Buckeyes scored touchdowns on all but two of their first-half possessions.
This will be the toughest game the Buckeyes have had so far this season.