Buckeye Broadcast Schedule Aug. 20-22


7:30 p.m. NFL Preseason Football: Rams at Browns – James Laurinaitis is joined by fellow Buckeyes Bobby Carpenter, Na’il Diggs and Larry Grant in the Rams’ linebacking corps as St. Louis locks horns with Brian Robiskie and the Browns in Cleveland.

NFL: Grant jumps into Rams’ all-OSU linebacker corps

AP Rams linebacker Larry Grant, leveling Jaymar Johnson of the Vikings, will line up with ex-Buckeyes James Laurinaitis and

Watch/Listen live:

  • Cleveland on WKYC TV Ch. 3/ WMMS 100.7 FM
  • Columbus on WBNS TV Ch. 10/ WBWR 105.7 FM
  • St. Louis on KTVI-TV, FOX 2/ 101 FM ESPN
  • NFL Network: Replay 4 p.m. Monday


1 p.m. Women’s Soccer vs. Marquette – Watch live on Buckeye Vision as Ohio State continues its season-opening homestand at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.

Related:    BTN Aug. Schedule    BTN Fall Sports Schedule

Big Ten Network to Air Eight Big Ten Home Openers

The Big Ten Network will kick off the 2010 season with national coverage of eight home football openers across Big Ten country, beginning on Thursday, Sept. 2, as Ohio State hosts Marshall and Indiana entertains Towson.

The network’s schedule of opening weekend games continues at noon ET on Saturday, Sept. 4, with the season openers for Iowa (vs. Eastern Illinois) and Penn State (vs. Youngstown State). The network will also carry the home openers for Illinois, Minnesota, Northwestern and Purdue the following weekend on Sept. 11.

Overall, the Big Ten Network will televise between 35 and 40 football games this fall, and every game will be produced in high definition.

Every Big Ten Network football game telecast will once again be surrounded by Big Ten Football Saturday, the network’s pre-game, halftime and post-game show hosted by Dave Revsine and featuring analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith.

The Big Ten and its television partners will announce the remaining matchups and game times either six or 12 days before each game.

Big Ten Network’s Early-Season Schedule

Thursday, September 2
7:30 PM ET – Marshall at Ohio State
7:30 PM ET – Towson at Indiana

Saturday, September 4
Noon ET – Eastern Illinois at Iowa
Noon ET – Youngstown State at Penn State

Saturday, September 11
Noon ET – South Dakota at Minnesota
Noon ET – Illinois State at Northwestern
Noon ET – Western Illinois at Purdue
7:30 PM ET – Southern Illinois at Illinois

Saturday, September 18
Noon ET – Northern Illinois at Illinois
Noon ET – Massachusetts at Michigan
Noon ET – Ohio at Ohio State
Noon ET – Ball State at Purdue
5 PM ET – Indiana at Western Kentucky