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Ohio State vs. Michigan 2014 live stream: How to watch online, TV schedule and more

The Game will start at 12 p.m. ET on ABC (channels 6 and 1006 on Time Warner Columbus/Delaware). It's available live streaming online on Watch ABC in select markets only.

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This is it, folks. The Game is upon us. A lot is riding on this game for the Buckeyes. While our spot in the Big Ten championship game is already guaranteed, we are still trying to impress the College Football Playoff Selection Committee enough that they'll invite us to their big party in January. We need a big win today and a solid one next week. (For Michigan, this game's really just about determining how embarrassing their season will be overall: very or not as much.) Let's look at how you can get in on the hating, as well as the other big games of the day.

When and where is the game today?

The Wolverines are coming down here this year to challenge us in the 'Shoe. Despite Internet rumors that the game would be under the lights this year, kickoff will be at noon.

How can I enjoy the beatdown? Tell me where to direct my hatred.

If you won't be at the game, tune your TV and your hate to ABC. While the game will also be available in select areas on Watch ABC, it will not be on WatchESPN. If you were counting on that, then make sure you have a backup plan. Our television crew this week will be Dave Pasch, Brian Griese, and Tom Luginbill. Paul Keels is always a good alternative. You can find you local Ohio State radio network affiliate here.

If you find yourself awake at 6 a.m. ET, you can get a head start on the day by checking out last year's game on ESPNU.

Where will GameDay be spending this day of rivalries?

The folks at ESPN seems to prefer the warmer weather. You can find Herbstreit and the gang in Tuscaloosa, AL, where No. 15 Auburn looks to knock off their rival, No. 1 Alabama. If Auburn can do that, it'd be great, because 1) nobody likes to see an SEC team on top, and 2) that would help move us up in the rankings. The Iron Bowl starts at 7:45 p.m. ET on ESPN and WatchESPN, so you'll definitely be able to check it out after the Buckeyes.

What about the rest of the teams still ranked ahead of the Buckeyes?

All five teams ranked ahead of us play this week. As we just discussed, No. 1 Alabama plays at 7:45 p.m. ET. No. 2 Oregon will battle in-state rival Oregon State at 8 p.m. on ABC. No. 3 (and still undefeated) Florida State will play their in-state rival Florida at 3:30 p.m. on  ESPN and WatchESPN. No. 4 Mississippi State will battle rival No. 19 Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl. That game will also be on at 3:30 p.m., and it'll air on CBS. No. 5 TCU played against Texas on Thanksgiving and won 48-10. Woof. While not all of their opponents are ranked, these are rivalry games. Anything can happen. A loss or two would go a long way in winning us a spot in the top four.

And what about the rest of the B1G?

All of the Big Ten action today takes place at either noon or 3:30. To start the day, in addition to Ohio State-Michigan, we have Purdue at Indiana on the BTN and Illinois at Northwestern on ESPNU and WatchESPN. In the afternoon, you can watch Rutgers at Maryland on ESPNU and WatchESPN, No. 10 Michigan State at Penn State on ABC, ESPN2, and WatchESPN, or No. 18 Minnesota at No. 14 Wisconsin on the BTN. This will be a big game for us, as the winner will advance to the Big Ten championship game next week against us.

Check out the chart below for all the college football action today.

It's Nov. 29, and Michigan still sucks.

Sat, Nov 29, 2014
12:00 PM ET
SECN
(16) Georgia Tech at (9) Georgia
12:00 PM ET
ESPN2
Kentucky at (22) Louisville
12:00 PM ET
ESPNU
Illinois at Northwestern
12:00 PM ET
ABC
Michigan at (6) Ohio State
12:00 PM ET
FSN
North Texas at Texas-San Antonio
12:00 PM ET
BTN
Purdue at Indiana
12:00 PM ET
CBSS
Rice at Louisiana Tech
12:00 PM ET
ESPN
South Carolina at (21) Clemson
12:00 PM ET
FS1
West Virginia at Iowa State
12:00 PM ET
ESPNN
Cincinnati at Temple
1:00 PM ET
PAC12
(25) Utah at Colorado
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3
NC State at North Carolina
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3
Syracuse at Boston College
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3
Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy
2:00 PM ET
ESPN3
Texas State at Georgia State
2:00 PM ET
ESPN3
Idaho at Appalachian State
2:00 PM ET
ESPN3
New Mexico State at Arkansas State
3:30 PM ET
FOX
Notre Dame at USC
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2
(7) Baylor vs.
(Arlington)
Texas Tech
3:30 PM ET
ESPN
Florida at (3) Florida State
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2
(10) Michigan State at Penn State
3:30 PM ET
BTN
(18) Minnesota at (14) Wisconsin
3:30 PM ET
CBS
(4) Mississippi State at (19) Mississippi
3:30 PM ET
ESPNU
Rutgers at Maryland
3:30 PM ET
CBSS
San Jose State at San Diego State
4:00 PM ET
FS1
Kansas at (12) Kansas State
4:00 PM ET
SECN
Tennessee at Vanderbilt
4:00 PM ET
ESPNN
Connecticut at Memphis
4:30 PM ET
PAC12
BYU at Cal
6:00 PM ET
ESPN3
Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia Southern
7:00 PM ET
ESPNU
Wake Forest at Duke
7:00 PM ET
ESPN2
Pittsburgh at Miami (FL)
7:45 PM ET
ESPN
(15) Auburn at (1) Alabama
8:00 PM ET
ABC
(2) Oregon at Oregon State
10:15 PM ET
ESPN2
Utah State at (23) Boise State
10:30 PM ET
FS1
Washington at Washington State
10:30 PM ET
ESPNU
Nevada at UNLV