How to watch the Ohio State Buckeyes Spring Game, live stream, TV channel, time, Ohio State Football

How to watch the Ohio State Buckeyes Spring Game, live stream, TV channel, time, Ohio State Football

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We will get our first look at the 2022 Ohio State Buckeyes football team on Saturday when they take the field at Ohio Stadium for their annual Spring Game.  The Buckeyes will get C.J. Stroud back as starting quarterback as they look to improve over last year’s 11-2 record and a Rose Bowl win. Ryan Day will be in his fourth year as head coach as he looks to propel Stroud

This will be a great day of Buckeye football, here is everything you need to know to watch and stream the action this weekend.

Ohio State Buckeyes Spring Game

When: Saturday, April 16Time: 12:00 p.m. ETTV Channel: Big Ten NetworkLive Stream: fuboTV (stream now)

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