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Viewing Guide: What, How to Watch Buckeyes against Miami (Ohio)

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Baron Browning and Ohio State have one final tuneup before the Nebraska game. (Birm/Lettermen Row)

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Viewing Guide: What, How to Watch Buckeyes against Miami (Ohio)

COLUMBUS — It’s tough to find a position on the Ohio State roster that doesn’t have depth.

The Buckeyes are one of the four or five most talented teams in the country. That’s not by just having 22 good players and scrubs as backups. Ohio State can roll through 85 different scholarship guys and some walk-ons and have talent on the field.

This sentiment couldn’t be said for past Ohio State offensive lines, though. Former coach Urban Meyer famously said the Buckeyes were one injury away from trouble on the offensive line two seasons ago. But now, the Buckeyes feel as if they’re supremely deep up front, something Ryan Day and offensive line coach Greg Studrawa have made a priority.

After praising the offensive line depth all offseason, Day doubled down on that again Thursday ahead of Ohio State’s final non-conference tuneup against Miami (Ohio).

“Yeah, [but] it’s hard because we haven’t played four full quarters, really,” Day said. “So we’ll see as time goes on and we get to midway through the season. We’ll probably have a better idea of that. When the guys have been in there, they’ve graded out pretty well so far.

“That being said, there’s still a lot to clean up.”

Ohio State figures to have time with the second-string in there when it takes on an overmatched Miami team on Saturday. For anybody heading to the game, listening on the radio or watching on TV, Lettermen Row has all the viewing information that could possibly be needed to not miss a moment.

Ohio State-Miami (Ohio) game time, details

The Buckeyes and RedHawks will meet for the sixth time on Saturday. Ohio State is 5-0 all time against Miami, and the Buckeyes have won 42 straight against the in-state opponents dating back to 1921.

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET

Date: Saturday, Sept. 21

Location: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

Weather: High of 84 degrees with a 0 percent chance of rain

The line: The Buckeyes are a 38.5-point favorite, per BetDSI

Over/under: 56 points

What TV channel is the Ohio State game on?

The Buckeyes and RedHawks will play on Big Ten Network, with Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play), James Laurinaitus (color analyst) and Elise Menaker (sideline) on the call.

How can I watch online?

The Buckeyes and RedHawks can be streamed online via FoxSportsGo.

How can I listen to the game on the radio?

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

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Spencer Holbrook

Spencer Holbrook covers Ohio State football and basketball for Lettermen Row. A recent graduate of Ohio University's Scripps School of Journalism, he's in his first year covering the Buckeyes. He was previously the sports editor at Ohio's student newspaper, The Post, where he covered Ohio University football and men's basketball.

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