Welcome to week 4, sports fans. We're one week away from Big Ten play for the Buckeyes, but Ohio State has to make it past the Broncos of Western Michigan before they can begin their fight for another conference championship. You know we're going to be watching the game, and we want you right there with us.
When and where are the Buckeyes playing today?
Ohio State will play another midafternoon game alongside the Olentangy today. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET in Columbus.
Tell me how to watch from home.
Like last week, today's game is on ABC with an ESPN2 reverse mirror, meaning the whole nation gets to watch on one of those two channels. You can also tune in if you're away from home on WatchESPN, provided you have someone's login. If Andy Samberg and HBO are cool with password sharing, then ESPN shouldn't mind, either. Our TV crew for the afternoon will consist of Adam Amin, Kelly Stouffer, and Olivia Harlan. On the road? Listen in on 97.1 FM The Fan or your local Ohio State radio network affiliate.
Not sure which channel will have the game where you live? You know we have the answer for you.
How have the Broncos done so far?
It hasn't been the best start for the folks at WMU. They're 1-2 so far, losing their first two games to Michigan State and Georgia Southern. They picked up their win last week against Murray State. They finished the season last year 8-5 with a loss to Air Force in the very-much-a-real-thing Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, which is not, as I originally thought, a dish you can order at Cracker Barrel.
Where will GameDay be today?
The gang's packing their bags and heading west today to watch No. 9 UCLA play at No. 16 Arizona. Both teams are going into the match-up undefeated. That game starts at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
What's the rest of the B1G's schedule like today?
We've got five games starting at noon: Kansas at Rutgers, No. 22 BYU at Michigan, Central Michigan at No. 2 Michigan State, Southern Mississippi at Nebraska, and Bowling Green at Purdue. Indiana at Wake Forest starts half an hour later.
At 3 p.m., you can watch Maryland at West Virginia, and at 3:30 p.m., we've got Ohio at Minnesota, San Diego State at Penn State, and, of course, the Buckeyes. Middle Tennessee at Illinois starts at 4 p.m.
At 8 p.m., it's Ball State at No. 17 Northwestern and Hawaii at No. 22 Wisconsin.
The whole day's schedule is here for you, too, because we know you want it.