Ohio State looks to remain unbeaten in the Big Ten Conference as it travels to Lincoln, Neb., this week for a noon (EDT) kick at Memorial Stadium. FOX will broadcast the game nationally.
The Buckeyes and Cornhuskers, two of the nation’s most tradition-rich programs, are meeting for a sixth consecutive year and for the eighth time since Nebraska joined the Big Ten.
This will be Ohio State’s fourth trip to Memorial Stadium and the first time the game has been played during the afternoon hours. The three previous trips were all 7 p.m. or later start times.
No. 6 Ohio State at Nebraska • Saturday, Nov. 6 • When: Noon • Where: Memorial Stadium • TV: FOX
• Radio: 97.1 The Fan
SIX DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS
STROUD A MAXWELL SEMIFINALIST
Grad transfer kicker Noah Ruggles has made 13 consecutive FGs dating back to his time at North Carolina. Ruggles went 4-for-4 vs. Penn State to earn Big Ten co-Special Teams Player of the Week honors.
Quarterback C.J. Stroud has thrown 15 touchdown passes in his last four games. In that span, Stroud is completing 71.1 percent of his passes (84-for-118) for 1,307 yards with zero interceptions.
Ohio State’s defense is allowing an average of just 1.9 yards per rush over the last six games. In the last two games, Penn State and Indiana have combined for 67 yards on 66 carries.
Ohio State’s offense is No.2 nationally with an average of 8.23 yards per play. Ohio State has never finished lower than seventh in yards per play average with Ryan Day on staff (2017-present).
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