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How to Watch Indiana's Game With Ohio State on Saturday; Gametimes, TV, Point Spread

Indiana is back home again for the second straight weekend, taking on No 5-ranked Ohio State under the lights at Memorial Stadium. It's a primetime national TV game, so here's how to watch, with game times, TV information, the latest on the point spread and more.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana had only one loss in the regular season a year ago, and that came in a wild game at Ohio State, where the Hoosiers stormed back in the second half but came up a little short in the 42-35 loss. It was the toughest game Ohio State had all year, right up to the national championship game. 

The two teams meet again on Saturday night, this time in Bloomington, under the lights in a national TV game. 

The Buckeyes will be the Hoosiers' fifth ranked opponent in Indiana's seven games, and all five of them have been ranked No. 8 or higher this season. Ohio State is currently No. 5. The 2-4 Hoosiers have lost all four of those ranked showdowns, losing to Iowa, Cincinnati, Penn State and Michigan State.

Here's how to watch Indiana's game with Ohio State, with gametime and TV information, the latest on the point spread and information on the coaches and the game.

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Stay warm, and enjoy the game!

LIVE BLOG FOR INDIANA-OHIO STATE: Follow the game in real time, starting prior to kickoff. CLICK HERE

How to watch Ohio State Buckeyes at Indiana Hoosiers

  • Who: Ohio State vs. Indiana Hoosiers.
  • When: 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Where: Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind.
  • TV: ABC
  • Stream: CLICK HERE
  • TV Announcers: Dave Pasch (play-by-play) and Dusty Dvoracek (analyst), Tom Luginbill (sideline).
  • Radio: IU Radio Network; Sirius 136, XM 195, SXM App 957
  • Radio Announcers: Don Fischer (play-by-play), Buck Suhr (analyst) & Joe Smith.
  • Point spread: Ohio State is a 21-point favorite over Indiana according to the website on Saturday morning. The over/under is 59. 
  • This year's records: Indiana is 2-4 overall, 0-3 in the Big Ten; Ohio State is 5-1, 3-0 in the Big Ten
  • Last season's records: Indiana was 6-2, 6-1 in the Big Ten, losing to Ole Miss 26-20 in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla; Ohio State was 7-1, and 5-0 in the Big Ten regular season. Ohio State beat Northwestern 22-10 in the Big Ten championship. game, beat Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinals and lost to Alabama in the national championship game.
  • Series history: Ohio State leads the all-time series, 76-5-12. 
  • Last meeting: The Hoosiers were 4-0 and ranked No. 9 in the country last year when they took on the Buckeyes in Columbus, losing 42-35 in a thriller. Indiana forced three interceptions from All-American quarterback Justin Fields  Jamar Johnson had two and Jerome Johnson claimed one. Fields threw for 300 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 78 yards and another touchdown despite the blitzes and outstanding Hoosiers' effort. Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. threw for 491 yards and five touchdowns, the second-best yardage game in school history.
  • Coaches: Tom Allen is in his fifth season as the head coach at Indiana. He is 26-26 (.500) in his fifth season as Indiana head football coach. His 24 wins over his first four years are the most for an IU head coach during that time period. Ohio State's Ryan Day is in his third season as Ohio State head coach. He posted a 3-0 record as the Buckeyes acting head coach to open 2018 and owns a 28-3 overall mark (.903), including a perfect 18-0 Big Ten record. 
  • Rankings: Ohio State is ranked No. 5 in the Associated Press poll and in the Coaches poll. They were ranked fourth to start the season, and they are the fifth top-10 opponent in seven games for Indiana. The Hoosiers were ranked No. 17 in both polls in the preseason, and it was the first time that Indiana had been ranked in the preseason AP poll since 1969. They fell out of the top-25 after the loss to Iowa. In the Sagarin computer rankings, Indiana is ranked No. 53 and Ohio State is No. 3. 
  • Weather: According to, there's a slight chance of a rain shower with winds at 5-10 mph for an overcast and estimated 54-degree evening game. 
  • TOM BREW COLUMN: Indiana has lost four straight games to ranked opponents to start the season, and confidence can be a fragile thing. It's a fine line to walk, Hoosiers coach Tom Allen says, in fixing mistakes but also keeping player confident and aware that they can succeed. CLICK HERE
  • LOTS, GATES OPEN EARLY: To better handle the sellout crowd expected for Saturday night's game between Ohio State and Indiana at Memorial stadium, the university is opening the campus parking lots and stadium gates earlier than usual. Here are all the details. CLICK HERE
  • RYDER ANDERSON INTERVIEW: Indiana defensive end Ryder Anderson joined the Mike & Micah podcast on Tuesday night, and he had plenty of great stories to tell, including being able to laugh now about roughing up quarterback Jack Tuttle in the Outback Bowl in January when he was still playing for Ole Miss. CLICK HERE
  • MICHAEL PENIX INTERVIEW: Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. updated his injury status during the Mike & Micah podcast on Tuesday night, and defensive end Ryder Anderson was a special guest, and he had a ton of great stories to share with the audience. CLICK HERE