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Ohio State-Washington: Time, TV, how to watch Rose Bowl

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Ohio State-Washington: Time, TV, how to watch Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl is finally here for Ohio State, and the Buckeyes are looking to send Urban Meyer off with his final victory as head coach of the Scarlet and Gray. So if you’re heading to Pasadena or possibly watching from home, we have all the viewing information you need to not miss a minute of the matchup.

Ohio State-Washington game time, details

The Buckeyes and Huskies kickoff at 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, January 1

Time: 5 p.m. ET

Date: Tuesday, January 1

Location: Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, California

Weather: High of 59 degrees with 0 percent chance of rain

The line: Ohio State is a 6.5-point favorite, per The Action Network

Over/under: 57.5 points

What TV channel is Ohio State-Washington on?

The Buckeyes-Huskies game will be televised nationally on ESPN.

How can I watch Ohio State-Washington online?

The Buckeyes-Huskies game can be streamed online via WatchESPN.

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

ESPN Radio will carry the game with Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy and Tom Luginbill making the call. 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 ESPN?

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

Miss any of our coverage so far this week? Look no further.

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Good to hear Davis isn’t on the broadcast team.

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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.

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