After a 45-point win in Week 2 against Tulsa, Ohio State enters the college football season’s third weekend as one of the country’s most impressive teams.
The stage is set and even with the two big wins under their belt, there are a number of questions the Buckeyes will have to answer against Oklahoma. Ohio State enters the contest as the country’s third-ranked team in the AP Top 25, up one spot from a week ago. The Sooners are ranked No. 14.
Here’s everything you need to know about Ohio State and Oklahoma and how to watch as the pair of top-15 teams collide in Norman, Okla.
The details of Ohio State vs. Oklahoma
Date: Saturday, Sept. 17
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff
Location: Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, Okla.
Weather: The forecast calls for 80 degrees and partly cloudy weather at kickoff time
The line: Ohio State is a 1-point favorite against Oklahoma and the over/under is 63 points.
Where can you watch the game?
Fox will televise the game, the first time Ohio State has appeared on that network since its 59-0 win against Wisconsin in the 2014 Big Ten title game. You can watch the game online at Fox Sports Go. You can also watch the game in virtual reality, if you’re into that.
Who is calling the game for Fox?
The Fox commentator duo of Gus Johnson, doing the play-by-play, and color analyst Joel Klatt will handle the broadcast from the press box while Shannon Spake will be reporting from the sidelines.