How to Watch Ohio State Football Online
Fresh off their 2014 campaign that led to a national championship, Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes look to capitalize on returning talent in 2015. Four years in, Urban Meyer has coached the Buckeyes to a record of 38-3, but this may be his most difficult year ever, as a revitalized Michigan team with Jim Harbaugh at the helm will face them at the end of the season.
Add in a three-way quarterback controversy that has made the rest of the college football world jealous and the Bucks appear to be poised to once again make a run for the national championships. You aren’t going to want to miss a single second of the action this year.
Here are the best ways to keep up to date with the Bucks as they go for their 9th national championship:
1) TV Provider – Varied Price Before anything else, make sure to check if the Buckeyes are playing on TV (often on ESPN). You can see what games are going to be nationally televised here.
This year the televised games are:
- 09/07/15 @ Virginia Tech – ESPN
- 10/17/15 vs Penn State – ABC/ESPN
- 10/24/15 @ Rutgers – ABC/ESPN
- 11/07/15 vs Minnesota – ABC/ESPN
2) Big Ten Network – $15/month or $120/year
The official Big Ten network is the best way to watch the Bucks throughout the year when the games are not nationally televised. This site not only allows a subscription for $15/month or $120/year (thats only around 33 cents a day!) but it also allows you to connect through your cable/satellite provider.
It provides compatibility for popular services such as DirecTV, Dish, Time Warner Cable, Xfinity, and many more! This website also features exclusive content on all Big Ten teams and will have the exclusive rights to at least one game in the 2015 season.To check if your provider is eligible for Big Ten Network online streaming go here.
3) 97.1 The Fan – Columbus Ohio – Free
This radio station provides play by play coverage of all of the Buckeye action as it unfolds and they have a nifty website where you can stream the radio over the internet for free. The commentary is sharp, informative, and very enjoyable as the broadcasters are big fans of the Bucks. They even have re-broadcasts of past games in case you’re looking to indulge a little extra in your Buckeye-mania.
4) Espn Go – FREE
This website won’t be able to deliver the promise of a live stream of the game, but it is the best you can get for free video coverage. On the WatchESPN app (apple and android product compatible) as well as website, ESPN will upload the top highlights from the game right after they happen.
If you are unable to pay for cable or the Big Ten Network subscription, all this requires is an internet connection and will be your best bet come game day if you have no other options.This is shaping up to be a momentous season for the Bucks, as Urban Meyer, Ezekiel Elliot, and the trio of quarterbacks look to make an indelible mark on the face of college football and go for their second consecutive national championship. Go Bucks!