How to watch Ohio State vs. Oklahoma: Live stream, TV channel, game time
The No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes will head to Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium to face the No. 14 Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday night.
Ohio State enters undefeated after cruising past Bowling Green and Tulsa. The Buckeye defense dominated the team's last contest, as they intercepted Tulsa's quarterback on four occasions and took the ball back for two pick-sixes. The offense got off to a sluggish start, but quarterback J.T. Barrett finished with 14 of 22 completions for 149 passing yards and two touchdowns on the ground as he rushed for 55 yards on 16 carries.
Oklahoma rebounded from the season-opening loss to Houston by defeating Louisiana-Monroe last week. Quarterback Baker Mayfield led the charge with his 244 yards and three touchdowns. Running back Joe Mixon rushed for 117 yards as Samaje Perine added another two touchdowns as well.
Ohio State and Oklahoma have only previously met twice with the Buckeyes winning their last contest in 1983. On both occasions, the teams were ranked in the top-10.
How to watch
When: Sat., Sept 17, 7:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: Watch the game online here.
Ohio State: vs. Rutgers (10/1); vs. Indiana (10/8); at Wisconsin (10/15)
Oklahoma: at TCU (10/1); vs. Texas (10/8); vs. Kansas State (10/15)