As has become tradition, Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeyes will have a heavy prime time flavor this coming fall.
In a release from ESPN, it was confirmed that the Buckeyes will be playing four straight prime time games. Beginning Saturday, Oct. 15 in Madison, WI, the 2016 Bucks will begin a four-game slate spanning three states, each in prime time on one of three ESPN affiliated properties:
October 15 at Wisconsin (8 p.m. EDT on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2)
October 22 at Penn State (8 p.m. EDT on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2)
October 29 vs. Northwestern (5:30 p.m. EDT on either ESPN or ESPN2)
November 5 vs. Nebraska (8 p.m. EDT on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2)
The Buckeyes in recent years have had as many as five prime time games and with additional scheduling still to be determined, it's not impossible they'll have more.