No. 1 ranked Ohio State hosts Minnesota on Saturday night. The Buckeyes will remain undefeated with a win. Quarterback J.T. Barrett faces a one-game suspension, so Cardale Jones will again handle passing duties after beginning the season as the starter. Ezekiel Elliott has rushed for 1,130 yards and 13 touchdowns this season. The Buckeyes are currently third in the College Football Playoff rankings.
Minnesota needs a win to avoid a three-game losing streak.
Ohio State is looking to defend its 2014 national title this season.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 3: vs. TCU (L, 23–17)
Sept. 12: at Colorado State (W, 23–20 OT)
Sept. 19: vs. Kent State (W, 10–7)
Sept. 26: vs. Ohio (W, 27–24)
Oct. 3: at Northwestern (L, 27–0)
Oct. 10: at Purdue (W, 41–13)
Oct. 17: vs. Nebraska (L, 48–25)
Oct. 31: vs. Michigan (L, 29–26)
Nov. 7: at Ohio State (8p.m. ET, ABC)
Nov. 14: at Iowa (8 p.m. ET, Big Ten Network)
Nov 21: vs. Illinois (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Wisconsin (TBD)
Sept. 7: at Virginia Tech (W, 42–24)
Sept. 12: vs. Hawaii (W, 38–0)
Sept. 19: vs. Northern Illinois (W, 20–13)
Sept. 26: vs. Western Michigan (W, 38–12)
Oct. 3: at Indiana (W, 34–27)
Oct. 10: vs. Maryland (W, 49–28)
Oct. 17: vs. Penn State (W, 38–10)
Oct. 24: at Rutgers (W, 29–7)
Nov. 7: vs. Minnesota (8 p.m. ET)
Nov. 14: at Illinois (TBD)
Nov. 21: vs. Michigan State (TBD)
Nov. 28: at Michigan (TBD)