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Ohio State-TCU: Time, TV channel, how to watch online for Week 3 game

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AT&T Stadium has been good to Ohio State in recent years. Can the Buckeyes continue the good fortune? (Kirby Lee/USA Today Sports)

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Ohio State-TCU: Time, TV channel, how to watch online for Week 3 game

After moving to 2-0 last week, Ohio State hits the road for the first time this season for a neutral-site matchup with No. 15 TCU.

Despite the Horned Frogs being located just under 30 minutes from AT&T Stadium, the venue is a familiar one to the Buckeyes after last season’s Cotton Bowl win, and they have said that they’re looking forward to playing there again Saturday.

If you’re making your way to Jerry World, watching on TV or listening on the radio, we have you covered here with all the information you could possibly need to not miss a minute of the Buckeyes.

Texas-native Baron Browning will square off Saturday against TCU. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

Ohio State-TCU game time, details

Ohio State and TCU play at 8:00 ET on Saturday, September 15.

Time: 8:00 ET

Date: Saturday, September 15

Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Weather: Indoors

The line: The Buckeyes are a 12.5 point favorite, per The Action Network

Over/under: 59 points

What TV channel is Ohio State-TCU on?

The Ohio State-TCU game will be televised nationally on ABC.

How can I watch Ohio State-TCU online?

The Ohio State-TCU game can be streamed online via WatchESPN.

How can I listen to Ohio State-TCU on the radio?

Paul Keels and Jim Lachey will have the call on 97.1 FM (WBNS) in Columbus along with sideline reporter Matt Andrews. A full list of football radio affiliates for the program can be found here.

Who is calling the game for ABC?

Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (color analyst), Maria Taylor (sidelines)

Miss any of our coverage leading up to kickoff? Look no further.


Nick is the producer at Lettermen Row. Born in Dayton, Nick recently graduated from Ohio State where he worked for The Lantern and the College of Veterinary Medicine. He also knows the city of Columbus and its love of sports well after interning with Columbus Crew SC and WBNS-10TV during his undergraduate education.