Ohio State will look to start a new home winning streak on Saturday when it welcomes in Tulsa to Ohio Stadium for a 3:30 kickoff.
The game against Tulsa is Ohio State’s Scarlet & Gray game. In addition to those colors, the color lavender, which is the designated color for all cancers, will be prominently featured. Ohio State Athletics and The James are coming together this week to promote awareness for all cancers.
Saturday’s forecast: low 80s and partly sunny.
Single game tickets for the Tulsa game are available. To purchase tickets, click here.
#3 Ohio State vs. Tulsa • Saturday, Sept. 18 • When: 3:30 p.m. • Where: Ohio Stadium • TV: FS1 • Radio: 97.1 The Fan
DOUBLE DIGIT TACKLERS
A FAST START THROUGH THE AIR
2,000 RECEIVING YARDS FOR OLAVE
Head coach Ryan Day’s teams experienced their first regular season loss last week. Day’s teams were 21-0 in the regular season. Overall, Day’s collegiate head coaching record is 24-3.
Two long Ohio State winning streaks were snapped at Ohio Stadium vs. Oregon: 23 consecutive home games (Oklahoma, 2017) and 22 consecutive regular season games (Purdue, 2018).
QB C.J. Stroud established the second-highest single game passing totals (to Dwayne Haskins) in school history vs. Oregon in three categories: passing yards (484), attempts (54) and completions (35).
The Ohio State / Tulsa game at Ohio Stadium in 2016 experienced a 69-minute weather delay which started at halftime because of lightning. The entire second half was played through torrential rain.