How to watch Ohio State vs. Illinois.
Quarterback J.T. Barrett is slated to return to the field after serving a one-game suspension. The Buckeyes mustered up just 376 total yards of offense for 28 points against the Minnesota Gophers, but still improved to 9–0 on the season with the 28–14 win.
Illinois is coming off a 48–14 victory over the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday. Quarterback Wes Lunt threw three touchdowns in the first half, and running back Ke’Shawn Vaughn carried the ball 16 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns. Last week’s victory snapped a three-game losing streak for the Illini.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
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, 49–7)
Nov. 7: vs. Minnesota (W, 28–14)
Nov. 14: at Illinois (Noon ET, ABC)
Nov. 21: vs. Michigan State (TBD)
Nov. 28: at Michigan (TBD)
Sept. 5: vs. Kent State (W, 52–3)
Sept. 12: vs. Western Illinois (W, 44–0)
Sept. 19: at North Carolina (L, 48–14)
Sept. 26: vs. MiddleTennessee (W, 27–25)
Oct. 3: vs. Nebraska (W, 14–13)
Oct. 10: at Iowa (L, 29–20)
Oct. 24: vs. Wisconsin (L, 24–13)
Oct. 31: at Penn State (L, 39–0)
Nov. 7: at Purdue (W, 48–14)
Nov. 14: vs. Ohio State (Noon ET, ABC)
Nov. 21 at Minnesota (TBD)
Nov. 28: vs. Northwestern (TBD)