How to watch, listen and stream Wisconsin football vs. No. 3 Ohio State
On Saturday afternoon, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-1) will hit the road to face the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) as UW kicks off conference play.
Wisconsin heads into Saturday’s matchup, coming off a 66-7 victory over the New Mexico State Aggies this past weekend.
This will be the first Big Ten matchup for Wisconsin and Ohio State this weekend, and both teams will look to begin conference play in the win column.
Ohio State has been one of the most impressive college football teams through three games. The Buckeye’s offense has been nothing short of spectacular thus far. OSU quarterback CJ Stroud has been nearly perfect through the air, throwing zero interceptions in 85 pass attempts. The Badger’s defense will be the most formidable group Ohio State has faced so far, but the explosiveness of their offense could spell trouble for Wisconsin.
Last weekend, Wisconsin put together a complete game against New Mexico State in all three phases. While against inferior competition, the Badgers showed improvement after their week two loss against Washington State. Heading into Saturday, the Badgers face a difficult challenge going up against one of the nation’s best offenses.
Let’s take a look at where you can watch, stream, and listen to Saturday afternoon’s matchup in Columbus:
Where: Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
When: Saturday, Sep. 24, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. CST
Where to watch: ABC
Play-by-play: Chris Fowler
Analyst: Kirk Herbstreit
Where to stream: Fox Sports App or foxsports.com/live
Other streaming options:
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Where to listen: Badger Sports Network on the iHeartRadio app or Sirius Satellite Radio XM 195
Play-by-play: Matt Lepay
Analyst: Mike Lucas
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