Ohio State football moves into week three after losing to Oregon last Saturday. And the Buckeyes will be the big favorites this weekend.
Following the 35-28 loss to the Ducks, Ohio State faces Tulsa at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Ohio Stadium.
The Buckeyes are trying to do something they haven’t done since 2017: respond to a loss at home. The last time Ohio State lost in the Horseshoe, Baker Mayfield was the Oklahoma Sooners quarterback.
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The 2021 Tulsa Golden Hurricane is not the 2017 Oklahoma.
The Golden Hurricane are 0-2 with a loss to FCS UC Davis, but Tulsa gave Oklahoma State a tough game in Stillwater, losing 28-23.
There won’t be as many television cameras on campus as against Oregon, and for the first time this season, Ohio State won’t be a national game. But the TV will be there.
Here’s what you need to know about Ohio State vs. Tulsa.
Ohio State kicks off against Tulsa
Kick-off: 3:30 p.m. Ohio Stadium
How do I watch Ohio State football vs. Tulsa
Ohio State’s third game of the season is on FS1. Here is the broadcast team:
- Tim Brando (game by game)
- Spencer Tillman (analysis)
Here is the information broadcast on the radio:
- WBNS-FM / AM (97.1 / 1460)
- Paul Keels (game by game)
- Jim Lachey (analysis)
- Matt Andrews (sideline)
How spread is the Ohio State-Tulsa game?
Favorite: Ohio State by 26 1/2 (odds by Tipico)
Is there an Ohio State-Tulsa live broadcast?
Yes. Ohio State-Tulsa can be streamed in a number of ways if your streaming provider offers FS1.
What’s the weather like in Columbus or the Ohio State game?
Forecast: Partly cloudy, high 85 degrees.
What happened the last time Ohio State played in Tulsa?
Ohio State won 48-3 on September 10, 2016, in the teams only meeting.