After a 67-point win in Week 1 against Bowling Green, Ohio State enters the college football season’s second weekend as one of the country’s most talked about teams.
The stage is set in Columbus and even with the big win under their belt, there are a number of questions the Buckeyes will have to answer against the Golden Hurricane. Ohio State enters the contest as the country’s fourth-ranked team, up two spots from a week ago.
Here’s everything you need to know about Ohio State and Tulsa. The matchup pits the country’s smallest FBS school (Tulsa’s enrollment is just 3,743) versus the nation’s third-largest and will put the Golden Hurricane in front of the largest crowd in program history.
The details about Ohio State vs. Tulsa
Date: Saturday, Sept. 10
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff
Location: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
Weather: The forecast calls for 84 degrees and thunderstorms
The line: Ohio State is a 28.5-point favorite and the over/under is 74 points.
Where can you watch the game?
ABC will televise the first meeting ever between Ohio State and Tulsa. You can find the game online at WatchESPN.com and listen online with the Ohio State Buckeyes radio network or the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes radio network, if you’d prefer a more Oklahoma-centric vibe.
Who is calling the game for ABC/ESPN?
The ABC/ESPN commentator duo of Dave Pasch, doing the play-by-play, and color analyst Greg McElroy will handle the broadcast from the press box while always informative Tom Luginbill will be roaming the Ohio Stadium sidelines.