Right now, Ohio State is on the outside looking in on a berth in the College Football Playoff. The Buckeyes sit at No. 5 in the country following the unveiling of the first rankings on Tuesday.
The committee put fellow Big Ten team Michigan State in the top-4 at 8-0 over the Buckeyes, who lost in Week 2 to Oregon. But since that loss to the Ducks, Ohio State has been one of the hottest teams in the nation.
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The Buckeyes have won six in a row, including a ranked win over then-No. 20 Penn State last Saturday. In those last six games, Ryan Day’s squad is scoring an average of 50.8 points per game and have scored 50-plus points in four of its last five games.
Ohio State is traveling to Lincoln to take on a struggling Nebraska team. The Cornhuskers are 3-6 this season and every single one of their losses has been by one possession, including three against ranked opponents.
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With Saturday’s matchup, it’ll be the sixth straight year the two programs have met. Ohio State has won the game each of the last five years and by an average margin of 36.4 points in that span.
There’s a prevailing sentiment among college football circles that Nebraska coach Scott Frost could be on the hot seat and that his seat is ever-warming. A blowout loss at home may catalyze and expedite things for the former Husker standout quarterback.
Here’s how to watch this Week 10 Big Ten matchup.
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What channel is Ohio State vs. Nebraska on today?
- TV channel (national): Fox
- Live stream: Fox Sports App, fuboTV
The meeting between Ohio State and Nebraska will air nationally on Fox. Gus Johnson will man play-by-play duties while Joel Klatt joins him in the booth as an analyst. The tandem are accompanied by Jenny Taft on the sidelines.
Ohio State vs. Nebraska start time
- Date: Saturday, Nov. 6
- Kickoff: Noon ET
Ohio State vs. Nebraska will kick off at Noon from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
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Ohio State schedule 2021
|at Minnesota||Sept. 2||Ohio State 45, Minnesota 31|
|vs. No. 12 Oregon||Sept. 11||Oregon 35, Ohio State 28|
|vs. Tulsa||Sept. 18||Ohio State 41, Tulsa 20|
|vs. Akron||Sept. 25||Ohio State 59, Akron 7|
|at Rutgers||Oct. 2||Ohio State 52, Rutgers 13|
|vs. Maryland||Oct. 9||Ohio State 66, Maryland 17|
|at Indiana||Oct. 23||Ohio State 54, Indiana 7|
|vs. Penn State||Oct. 30||Ohio State 33, Penn State 24|
|at Nebraska||Nov. 6||TBD|
|vs. Purdue||Nov. 13||TBD|
|vs. Michigan State||Nov. 20||TBD|
|at Michigan||Nov. 27||TBD|
Nebraska schedule 2021
Nebraska football schedule 2021
|at Illinois||Aug. 28||Illinois 30, Nebraska 22|
|vs. Fordham||Sept. 4||Nebraska 52, Fordham 7|
|vs. Buffalo||Sept. 11||Nebraska 27, Buffalo 3|
|at Oklahoma||Sept. 18||Oklahoma 23, Nebraska 16|
|at Michigan State||Sept. 25||Michigan State 23, Nebraska 20 (OT)|
|vs. Northwestern||Oct. 2||Nebraska 56, Northwestern 7|
|vs. Michigan||Oct. 9||Michigan 32, Nebraska 29|
|at Minnesota||Oct. 16||Minnesota 30, Nebraska 23|
|vs. Purdue||Oct. 30||Purdue 28, Nebraska 23|
|vs. Ohio State||Nov. 6||TBD|
|at Wisconsin||Nov. 20||TBD|
|vs. Iowa||Nov. 26||TBD|