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

The Big Ten Championship Game kicks off at 8:17 p.m. ET on Fox (channel 1008 on Time Warner Columbus/Delaware).

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For the second time in three years, Urban Meyer has led the Buckeyes to the Big Ten Championship Game. This time, our opponent is the University of Wisconsin, who beat Minnesota last week to clinch the Big Ten West. The No. 13 Badgers went 10-2 this season, losing to LSU and Northwestern. This will be our first meeting this season, and there's a lot on the line. Ohio State isn't just playing for the Big Ten Championship. It's also our last chance to show the Selection Committee that we deserve a spot in the inaugural College Football Playoffs (as well as Cardale Jones's one shot to impress the Heisman committee). Let's look at the details for how you can enjoy the game, as well as what else is going on in Championship Week today.

When and where is the game today?

Being the Big Ten Championship game, the Buckeyes and the Badgers will be meeting today in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Kickoff will be at 8:17 p.m. ET, so you've got plenty of time to prepare/pregame.

How can we enjoy the game if we aren't in Indy?

Tonight's game will be broadcast on Fox. If you're away from your TV, you can also watch via the Fox Sports Go app on your computer, phone, or tablet. Two things to note, though: 1) This isn't available to everyone. Fox Sports Go requires you to log in with your cable provider. 2) This isn't a simulcast of the game. Fox Sports Go will be broadcasting an alternate camera angle. They call it "cable cam." It's the overhead cable camera. It looks something like this.

Cable Cam

Our Fox crew for this game will be Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, and Molly McGrath. As always, you can also listen in with Paul Keels on 97.1 FM The Fan or your local Ohio State radio network affiliate. You can also check out Scarlet and Gray Sports Radio, a student-run Internet radio station featuring LGHL's own Marc Finch. Their coverage will begin at 7 p.m. ET live from Lucas Oil Stadium.

Where will GameDay be spending this day of championship games?

The ESPN crew will be in Waco, TX, where No. 6 Baylor will face No. 9 Kansas State. This isn't actually a championship game, since the Big 12 doesn't have one. That game will be on at 7:45 p.m. ET on ESPN, so if you don't like watching commercials, you can check this one out during our game.

We're still ranked 5th. What about the teams ahead of us?

The top five this week is Alabama, Oregon, TCU, Florida State, and Ohio State. If we're going to move up, we need to prove that we can still be a threat without Barrett under center, and it certainly would help to see someone ahead of us stumble here at the end. Alabama will be facing SEC East champ Indiana Missouri in the SEC Championship at 4 p.m. on CBS. Oregon took on Arizona last night in the Pac-12 Championship and dominated, winning 51-13. TCU takes on Iowa State in another Big 12 non-championship game at noon on ABC, and Florida State will battle Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship at 8 p.m. on ABC.

For the rest of today's football action, check out the chart below:

Sat, Dec 6, 2014
12:00 PM ET
Iowa State at (3) TCU
12:00 PM ET
Louisiana Tech vs.
(Conference USA Championship)
12:00 PM ET
Houston at Cincinnati
12:00 PM ET
SMU at Connecticut
3:30 PM ET
Oklahoma State at (20) Oklahoma
4:00 PM ET
(1) Alabama vs.
(SEC Championship)
(16) Missouri
7:30 PM ET
Temple at Tulane
7:45 PM ET
(9) Kansas State at (6) Baylor
8:00 PM ET
(13) Wisconsin vs.
(Big Ten Championship)
(5) Ohio State
8:00 PM ET
(4) Florida State vs.
(ACC Championship)
(11) Georgia Tech
10:00 PM ET
Fresno State vs.
(Mountain West Championship)
(22) Boise State